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Oregon AHEC invites practicing health professionals, health care administrators, health profession students, and all those interested to attend the first Oregon AHEC Opioid Symposium.
Watch this recorded webinar to hear from panelists representing a rural clinic, a large health system, a network of FQHCs, and a community mental health clinic about how they have implemented billing and other approaches for integrated behavioral health, and their reasons for implementing certain aspects over others.
Integrated behavioral health is part of many programs and models for robust primary care, including Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+), the Oregon Patient-Centered Primary Care Home (PCPCH) program, national medical home models and more. Many practices struggle to financially sustain these integrated models. HealthInsight has joined members of the Integrated Primary Care Leadership Collaborative to host a webinar to learn from professionals working in different integrated behavioral health settings who have adopted successful strategies for sustaining these integrated models.
A recommended set of measures to assess integrated care outcomes, developed by the Integrated Behavioral Health Alliance (IBHA), a multi-stakeholder workgroup of healthcare payers, providers and policy developers. IBHA encourages the lens of health equity to be applied when utilizing these measures.
Practice Coaching for Primary Care Transformation (PCPCT) Training is a multi-faceted training program designed for leaders at all levels who have a formal or informal coaching role in primary care transformation efforts. The course is an orientation to, and comprehensive review of, the science of change in primary care practice and equips participants with practical tools and coaching skills necessary to engage and support teams as they evolve into high performing Patient-Centered Medical Homes.
Does your primary care clinic struggle with billing for integrated behavioral health services? To address this need, behavioral health leaders, including providers and billing experts, have worked to produce a Coding Guidelines tool to share optimal billing practices for Medicaid and Medicare. Join these experts to review the tool and discuss how practices in Oregon have developed processes to bill for these services.
Presented by the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's Health, this webinar will discuss meaningful systems changes to support children and youth with complex medical conditions.
Presented by the National Center for Medical Home Implementation and the Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs, this recorded webinar provides Maternal and Child Health Title V/Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs programs, family leaders, pediatric clinicians, and others with tools and resources to plan a quality improvement project to engage families and enhance family-centeredness in pediatric health care. View the webinar and download the slides here.
Created by a partnership between Boston Children's Hospital and the NCMHI, the 2017 Care Coordination Measurement Tool© helps practices, pediatric clinicians, and other organizations quantify care coordination activities. For use with the Adaptation and Implementation Guide, which provides step-by-step instructions on how to use the tool in diverse clinical and nonclinical settings.
This TA Coalition webinar with the NASMHPD addresses successfully employing peer specialists. This training is especially designed for provider managers and supervisors, and offers a framework for and specific tools on successfully employing peer specialists.
The I-CCFRT provides a system for gauging the level of concern among your staff that will support awareness of the level of change management that may be needed to support enhanced service delivery processes, staffing, scope of services, quality outcomes, reporting and governance areas for Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CBHCs). The readiness tool also provides an overall concern level score which can support more objective identification of change management needs.
The overarching goal of the NCMHI family engagement quality improvement project (FEQIP) was to improve family engagement in pediatric primary care practices. This was accomplished by increasing knowledge of concepts and implementation strategies related to family engagement among participating practice teams and increasing the capacity of participating teams to make practice improvements related to family engagement. Find out more and access their resources here.
Peer support is an essential part of part of recovery-focused services and systems. With the launch of the first advanced National Certified Peer Specialist Certification, individuals across the country have the opportunity to get certified, explore new career paths, and expand a growing and needed mental health workforce. To ensure the best outcomes and biggest impact for both peer specialists and those they support, individuals need to receive Peer Support Training.
High Value Care requires patient-centered care coordination between primary care and subspecialty/specialty practices. ACP's High Value Care Coordination Toolkit was developed under the direction of ACP’s Council of Subspecialty Societies, and includes checklists, outlines, and resources pertinent to High Value Care Coordination.
Part II of the Integrated Behavioral Health series. Whether just starting to integrate behavioral health services or working to enhance services already in place, the SAMHSA-HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions has created a step-by-step guide presenting four steps for safety net and other primary care providers to integrate behavioral health services and achieve sustainable integrated care models.
View the OPMC's web-based pain education module Changing the Conversation About Pain: Pain Care is Everyone’s Job and Pain Care Toolbox. Pain science and pain treatment have changed significantly in the recent years and this module reflects that change. The module is designed to apply to all levels of healthcare professionals and will provide the tools to improve pain care, better manage the impact of pain and decrease risks associated with opioid use.
Part I of the Integrated Bheavioral Health series. Provides managers with the framework for building integrated teams and offers HRSA-funded safety-net providers recruitment resources and interview questions to develop an integrated care staff, as well as techniques to identify behavioral health clinicians with the right skills to work in integrated settings, and resources for care teams and to support creating teams for the specific clinical environment.
Along with the PCPCH Quick Reference Guide and the PCPCH 2017 Recognition Criteria Technical Specifications and Reporting Guide, the OHA PCPCH page offers this crosswalk of the 2017 PCPCH Standards and the 2017 NCQA PCMH Standards as a resource for clinics looking for assistance in meeting their transformation goals.
The changes in Medicare reimbursement policy that went into effect January 2016 provide an opportunity for more clinicians and patients to engage in conversations about preferences for care at the end of life. However, many people are confused about where to start. Whether you are uncertain about the new rules for CMS reimbursements or about starting those conversations with patients, this document will help you understand this new landscape for end-of-life care conversations.
Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative (PCPCC) Webinar - Evan Saulino, MD, PhD, a family physician at the Providence Southeast Family Medicine Clinic, will describe innovative work by the Oregon Health Authority Patient-Centered Primary Care Home Program (PCPCH). Dr. Saulino acts as the Clinical Advisor for Oregon’s PCPCH Program, which works with clinics serving over 3 million patients across Oregon.
Early childhood screening is an essential component of health supervision. The Screening in Practices Initiative offers information and resources, including screening recommendations, practice tools, and individualized assistance, to help pediatric health care providers implement effective screening, referral, and follow-up for developmental milestones, maternal depression, and social determinants of health.
DAST (Drug Abuse Screening Test) is given to adults ages 18 and older when positive on the drug question on the Brief screen (in the SBIRT process). A “Full screen” that assesses consequences related to recreational drug use. Includes extra questions about types of drugs, injection of drugs, and drug treatment.
Based on the data from a multinational World Health Organization collaborative study, the AUDIT (Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test) questionnaire is a simple method of screening for excessive drinking and alcohol use disorders.
The Western Oregon Center for Pediatric Therapeutic Lifestyle Change (WOC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit in Yamhill County with the mission to empower children and families by providing education and programs for healthy living. WOC provides services within three categories: family nutrition education, family fitness, and community wellness promotion.