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2016 Annual Training Conference

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Care Management: Key to Integrated Care

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Join your colleagues at the New York State Care Management Coalition Training Conference, May 15th - May 16th in at the Holiday Inn Wolf Road, Albany, NY. This conference will offer timely presentations and information for care managers and care coordinators to keep abreast of the many changes and opportunities in behavioral health and substance use as we transform toward an integrated model of care. Join over 250+ care managers from across New York’s behavioral health and addiction treatment system to share your ideas, learn best practices and hear from leading experts and State officials on the future role of care coordination. And, take time to relax and network with your colleagues in Albany, with great shopping, restaurants and area attractions all within minutes away!
When
May 19th, 2016 8:30 AM through May 20th, 2016 1:00 PM
Location
Desmond Hotel & Conference Center
660 Albany Shaker Rd.
Albany, 12211
Resgistration Fee(s)
Conference Fee
Full Registration $ 275.00
1 Day - May 19 $ 175.00
1 Day - May 20 $ 150.00
Meals
Staying at the Hotel $ 0.00
Lunch and Breaks May 19 $ 30.00
None $ 0.00
Concurrent Sessions, May 19
(11:45 AM -1:00 PM)
1. Transition Age Youth: Care Coordination, Service and Intervention Options
2. Evolution to Care Coordination
3. Coordinating with Primary Care/Medical Care
4. Care Coordination and Technology to Support Physical and Behavioral Health
5. Managing & Mentoring Interprofessional Teams from a Strength Perspective: Lessons Learned from Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
6. Implementing Integrated Person-Centered Services
Concurrent Sessions, May 19
(2:30 - 3:45 PM)
1. Successful Care Coordination Models in Primary and Behavioral Health Integration
2. Care Management for the Ex-Offender
3. Modeling a Wellness Inventory
4. Performance Measures and Treatment Outcomes in Care Coordination
5. Integrating Care Management and Supportive Housing
6. Challenges & Solutions with Revenue Cycle Management in the Health Homes
Concurrent Sessions, May 19
(4:00 - 5:15 PM)
1. Structured Telephone Follow Up and Monitoring: A Key Component in Care Management
2. Reports Don’t Improve Outcomes
3. Navigating Systems for Effective Communication and Care Coordination
4. Success Learned through Community Collaboration
5. Effective Time Management in Care Coordination
6. Walking on the Road to Recovery...Together!!!
Concurrent Sessions, May 20
(10:15 -11:30 AM)
1. 1. Mergers, IPAs, and MSOs for Care Coordination Services
2. Sometimes Recovery is a Two Way Street: A Brief Review of Co-Occurring Diagnoses and Dual Recovery Practice Strategies
3. Quo Vadis: Transforming a System to Manage System Transformation
4. Ready, Set, Go: Care Coordination for New York’s Children, Youth and Families
5. Engagement Strategies for Culturally Diverse Populations
6. Lessons Learned From the NYC HCBS Rollout
Concurrent Sessions, May 20
(11:45 AM - 1:00 PM)
1. Becoming a Millennial Nonprofit
2. Assertive Community Treatment: Transitions & the Vulnerability of Exchange Points
3. The Rewards & Challenges of Working with the Aging Out Youth: Are They Adolescents or are they Adults?
4. Improving Care Coordination for Chronic Addictions, Medical and Mental Health
5. Health Home Partnerships with Managed Care
6. Managing Incident Reviews: A Facilitated Discussion