2017 Annual Conference Materials

Conference Brochure


Presentations & Handouts

May 8, 2017 (Pre-Conference)

Motivational Interviewing – 101

Effective Time Management in Care Coordination

May 9, 2017

Keynote Address: A Self-Invented Future: The Integration of a Traumatized Life

Coordination of Care and Integrated Care: New York State Perspective

The Intersection of Health Homes and Adult Behavioral Health HCBS: One Providers Experience

Nursing / Social Work Supervisory Partnership in Care Management

Fostering Effective Collaboration on Interdisciplinary Teams

Understanding and Applying the Complex Trauma Eligibility Criteria for Children’s Health Homes

David Collins – Bio

The Importance of Family Engagement in Recovery

CBC Pathway Home: A Care Transitions Intervention for Individuals with Serious Mental Illness

New York State Interoperability and BHIT Connection

Looking at a Trauma Informed Care Model: Applying TIC Principles and Practices

We Began with a Chasm – Cornerstone Family Healthcare Integrated Coordination Model

Data: Your Key to Steady Footing During Uncertain Times

Community Engagement and Care Coordination

Care Coordination for New York’s Children, Youth and Families

The Health Home / CMA Billing Process: Current Workflow & Upcoming Changes

Care Coordination for Veterans

Helping to Transition Off ACT to Care Management

Using Patient Activation Measure (PAM) to Improve Patient Outcomes

Abuse Prevention: Tools to Create Safer Environments for Vulnerable People in New York State

Addressing Trauma in Children’s Health Homes

Decreasing Emergency Room Visits: A New Collaboration Primary Care and Care Management

Christina Victoria – BioMary Devivo – Bio

Engagement Strategies for Culturally Diverse Populations

May 10, 2017

 Morning Keynote Address & Excellence in Advocacy Award Presentation

Exploring Rehabilitation Service Models for Transformation

Enhanced Community-Based, Integrated Care Strategies for Individuals with Complex Needs

Using Data to Monitor Quality Improvement and Increase Program Impact

Best Practices: Engaging Children and Adolescents with Co-Occurring Disorders in Care Coordination

Impact of Peer Navigators on Linkage to Care and Viral Suppression Among PLWHA in New York City

A Look at Recovery Based Language

The Role of a Mobile Mental Health Team in Coordinated Care

Building and Maintaining an Effective Care Management Leadership Team

Peers: Agents of Change in Deinstitutionalization in New York State

Foes or Friends: Reconciling Person-Centered and Outcomes-Based Care Models

An Overview of the Wellness Recovery Action Plan: WRAP

Value Based Payment 101: Outcomes & Opportunity

Is Your Electronic Record System Prepared for the Future Challenges?

Embedded Care Management

Challenges & Solutions with Revenue Cycle Management in the Health Homes

Abuse Prevention: Tools to Create Safer Environments for Vulnerable People in NYS

A Look At the Recovery Model

Update form the Federal Level