Emil Slane

Strategies For Making The “Return On Investment” Case For Behavioral Health To Managed Care Organizations & Government Agencies

As behavioral health managed care programs proliferate, providers must evaluate their ability to participate in these programs and their ability to measure client/patient outcomes, evaluating the implementation of new technologies and management of the associated organizational work-flow changes. In this webinar, OPEN MINDS Senior Associate, Ken Carr, explains how to formulate “return on investment” strategies that can help position your provider organization to participate in, as well as how to target, managed care organizations and government agencies for participation.

State Aid Contracting with OMH during COVID-19 State of Emergency: State Aid Letter Funded Providers

This webinar with the New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH) educated State Aid Letter funded mental health providers on the increased flexibility of state aid contracting processes and protocols outlined in OMH’s March 20, 2020 State Aid Funded Contracts guidance document.

Children's BH System Transformation: Readiness Funding Update

The New York State Office of Mental Health, Office of Children and Family Services, and Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services held a webinar to review the State’s proposal for use of Children’s Readiness Funds. These funds will help prepare Children’s Behavioral Health Providers to deliver new Children and Family Treatment and Support Services and Children’s Aligned Home and Community Based Services.

Target Audience: This webinar is open to all Children’s Behavioral Health Providers.

HCBS Rates and CFR Webinar for Adult BH HCBS Providers

MCTAC and state partners hosted two identical webinars for Adult BH HCBS Providers. The webinars covered CFR reporting, reimbursement rates, and information regarding State Aid Grants. The webinars were offered twice -  on July 19th and August 4th - and were identical in content. ​Presentation slides can be downloaded below, and the OMH CFR web page can be accessed here.   

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