Integration at Work SAMHSA Webinar Series

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A Roadmap for Behavioral and Primary Care Collaboration

Integrated care is a journey for every practice – wouldn’t it be nice to have a little guidance for the road ahead? Over the next 12 months, PCDC, in collaboration with the SAMHSA Center of Excellence for Integrated Health Solutions, will provide the roadmap for what you need to know to keep integrated health “at work” within your care practice. This initiative is designed to empower professionals within the integrated health field with critical knowledge – from navigating upskilling on multi-disciplinary expertise to scaling operations.

Throughout the year we will update this space with printable tip sheets and recordings of our free and open to the public quarterly learning intensive events led collaboratively by a team of three experts from the field.

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The Art and Science of Integrated Care Partnerships

Tuesday, July 12, 2022
2:00 – 3:30 PM EST // 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM PST

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Speakers:

Pamela Mattel, LCSW-R, President & Chief Executive Officer, Coordinated Behavioral Care
Isaac Kastenbaum, MPA, Vice President, Primary Care Development Corporation
Julie Schilz, Senior Director, Primary Care Development Corporation

Looking for real guidance and answers around successfully navigating the complexities of integrated care partnerships? Join PCDC on July 12 at 2pm ET for the final installment of this year’s Integration at Work webinar series, featuring a panel of expert leaders who will cover topics from leveraging your data to get conversations started to unpacking what it means to build trust across interdisciplinary silos. This conversation will include an interactive Q&A with panelists, so don’t miss being part of the discussion!

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Making Integration Possible: Proactive Practices for Successful Collaboration

Speakers:

Ilse Bell, MD, PCMH CCE, Senior Program Manager, PCDC
Deborah Johnson Ingram, MPH, Senior Director, PCDC
Maia Bhirud Morse, MPH, CPC-A, Senior Program Manager, PCDC

It’s time to empower behavioral health providers and health care leadership for successful collaboration! Join us on April 21st at 1pm ET/10am PT for a deep dive into what makes the gears of collaboration turn within integrated care settings. Experts will share examples of policies to put into practice, highlight functional team roles, and feature concrete strategies for behavioral health providers who are navigating interpretation of physical health results as part of de-siloed team partnerships.

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Wait, We’ve Gotta Ask That Too? – Navigating Preventive Screening in Integrated Care Settings

Speakers:

Deborah Johnson Ingram, MPH, Senior Director, PCDC
Maia Bhirud Morse, MPH, CPC-A, Senior Program Manager, PCDC

Facing challenges when implementing preventive screening tools within your organization? On February 17th at 1PM, PCDC hosted an event designed to provide you with selection criteria, sample policies, and other concrete guidance for operationalizing screening within integrated care settings. Two resident experts in integrated care guided providers and administrators alike in navigating the overwhelming demands for preventive screening during this free event.

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Driving Integrated Health at Your Organization: Quality Improvement and Foundational Factors that Lead to Success

Speakers:

Amy G. Breyer, LCSW, CPC-A, PCMH CCE, Senior Program Manager, PCDC
Deborah Johnson Ingram, MPH, Senior Director, PCDC
Maia Bhirud Morse, MPH, CPC-A, Senior Program Manager, PCDC

Interested in getting answers about how to create and maintain a successful integrated health practice? On October 29th at 2PM, PCDC featured three experts in the integrated health field who are “tired of the buzzwords” and just want to ensure you are equipped with the information needed to navigate quality improvement measures (and use them to your advantage), overcome state level policy barriers, and jump through patient health information hoops. This first webinar in our quarterly “Integration at Work” learning series is free and open to all.

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