Sunday, July 10, 2016

Transforming Primary Care and Behavioral Health Conference in Vermont

Transforming Primary Care and Behavioral Health
October 20-21, 2016 – Essex, Vermont

Course Director:  Rodger Kessler
Keynote Speaker:  Sarah Scholle
Conference Faculty: C.R. Macchi, Daniel Mullin, Richard Pinckney, Connie van Eeghen, and many more…
If those names look familiar… they are. Those mentioned above are also involved in the IBHPC project. 

Course Description:
This year, Transforming Primary Care will provide strategies for prioritizing and measuring behavioral integration into medicine.  Leadership in the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA), OneCare, and Community Physicians and Behavioral Health practitioners involved in integration activities will discuss specific strategies to help your practice improve medical care, moving Vermont healthcare forward clinically and financially. Participants will review practice assessment, recognize facilitators and barriers to integration, consider the need for a Vermont interprofessional training model for those in practice and in Vermont academic institutions.  An optional workshop day will facilitate practice-specific integration improvement. Additionally we are offering an optional two-part workshop: Staying Ahead of Integration: It’s the Process Not the Provider

Talks Include:
·        KEYNOTE - From an NCQA Perspective:  Integrated Primary Care as Part of the Patient-Centered Medical Home - Sarah Scholle, DrPH, MPH
·         An Integrated Treatment Model of Medication Assisted Treatment of Narcotics - James Anderson, PhD, Daniel Mullin, PsyD, MPH
·         Panel Discussion:  The Integration Metrics Project: Results of a National Expert Panel -  Rodger Kessler, PhD, ABPP, Daniel Mullin, PsyD, MPH, Sarah Scholle, DrPH, MPH
·         Education for Teams That are Integrating Behavioral Care:  What’s Needed and How to Get It – C.R. Macchi, PhD
·         Panel: Future of Behavioral Health in New Healthcare Funding Models: What Would it Look Like and What Would it Take? - Claude Deschamps, MD, Vicki Loner, MHCDS, RN, CCM, CMCN, PAHM, Sarah Scholle, DrPH, MPH
·         Behavioral Management of Chronic Pain: Tools We Can All Use to Transform Care - Richard Pinckney, MD, MPH
·        The Relationship of Care Processes to Care Outcomes - Rodger Kessler, PhD, ABPP, Sarah Scholle, DrPH, MPH

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