Stacey Hale

Regulatory Relief and Rapid Access in Article 31 Clinics

CTAC and MCTAC partnered with the Office of Mental Health (OMH) for a webinar offering for Article 31 clinics, Regulatory Relief and Rapid Access in Article 31 Clinics. Over the course of the last year, OMH gathered your feedback and worked with key stakeholders to make changes to Part 599.10 of Clinic Regulations to support more clinically driven and person-centered decisions made with individuals and families. This webinar provides an overview of these regulatory changes.

ACT Program and Billing Guidance Regarding COVID-19 Emergency Response

This webinar reviewed the COVID-19 Program and Billing Guidance for ACT Teams.

NYS Office of Mental Health (OMH) staff presented program expectations during the disaster emergency, changes in documentation requirements, and billing relief measures. OMH also addressed some of the frequently asked questions regarding this guidance, and attendees had the opportunity to submit additional questions for review.

Regulations Revisited: A New Look at Article 31 Clinic Processes

CTAC and MCTAC partnered with the NYS Office of Mental Health (OMH) to provide regional in-person trainings for Article 31 Clinics. The trainings facilitated discussions related to areas such as pre-admission, admission, assessment, re-admission, discharge, treatment planning, and documentation. CTAC and MCTAC offered strategies to help providers streamline and strengthen these areas of clinic operations. OMH Clinic Program representatives as well as OMH Licensing representatives participated in the discussion in order to address questions related to OMH requirements. 

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