On March 30th, 2021, OMH and OASAS presented a webinar on the Infrastructure Program Extension. During this presentation, they provided an overview of the Infrastructure Program to-date, shared their vision for use of these funds to support the transition to CORE Services, and provided details regarding the revised guidance, including recommended funding tiers, eligible expenses, and exclusions.
State partners from OMH and OASAS discussed the updated SDE policy and guidance aimed at improving access to Adult BH HCBS for HARP and HARP-eligible HIV SNP members not enrolled in Health Homes.
Target audience: representatives from Health and Recovery Plans (HARP) and HIV Special Needs Plans (SNP); adult BH HCBS providers; behavioral health providers and Health Home care management agencies
Dr. Charles Morgan, Acting Medical Director, NYS OASAS, and Patricia Lincourt, LCSW, Director of Practice Innovation and Care Management, NYS OASAS deliver an engaging conversation that defines the science supporting MAT, the clinical imperative to utilize MAT, and the power of compassion. Learn more about the efficacy of MAT in supporting and sustaining recovery.
In collaboration with NYS OASAS, CASA/MCTAC held an event focusing on:
-National Trends and Innovations in Substance Use Services and Healthcare
-Substance Use Services Role in a Transforming Healthcare System
-Implications for Care
Keynote Speaker: Vivek H. Murthy, M.D. the 19th Surgeon General of the United States
Featuring: Tami Mark, PhD, MBA, Senior Director, Behavioral Health and Criminal Justice at RTI International
This is the second chapter in a video series highlighting Residential Redesign and the implementation process. Providers from two programs, Horizon Health Services and Catholic Family Center, discuss their experiences in transitioning to a Part 820 from a clinical perspective. Topics include staff development, recruitment and retention, and documentation.
This is the first chapter in a video series highlighting Residential Redesign and the implementation process. Providers from two programs, Horizon Health Services and Catholic Family Center, discuss their experiences in transitioning to a Part 820 from an administrative and billing perspective. Topics include educating stakeholders, partnering with MCOs, establishing foundations for billing, and understanding key billing elements.
This webinar is intended for OASAS professionals: This webinar on In Community Services walks through the provider experience of implementing In Community Services. Topics discussed include an overview of how In Community Services are reimbursed by Medicaid, a look at the benefits of this service, and an overview from Odyssey House and Silver Lake around their experiences with In Community Services.
Slides from the OASAS and CASA/MCTAC presentation on NYC Crisis Services and Early Stabilization are available for download below. This presentation included discussions around innovations to improve outcomes and transitions to care with OASAS, CASA/MCTAC, treatment providers, managed care plans, and other stakeholders.
MCTAC presented at the ASAP Annual Conference, held in Saratoga Springs, NY from October 17th-20th. Presentation descriptions and slides are available below.