Day One - October 17 - Learning Objectives
Objective 1: Participants will learn about current state and federal policy initiatives and how they impact clinical and operational practices changes necessary to support quality behavioral health care focused on health, wellness, and recovery.
Objective 2: Participants will understand and discuss clinical and administrative practice change in order to comply with increasing complex state and federal regulatory structures; recruit and sustain a high quality workforce; engage in advocacy to build relationships and support for behavioral health services; build a full continuum of services, including prevention; and support behavioral health leaders in managing complex change.
Day Two - October 18 - Learning Objectives
Objective 1: Participants will learn about current Medicaid policy and initiatives related to behavioral health, including improving care coordination for individuals with substance use disorders and serious mental and behavioral issues, procurement of managed care services, and efforts to enhance the array of behavioral health services for children and adults.
Objective 2: Participating will develop and understanding of clinical and administrative practice changes needed to support integrated, whole person care coordination intended to improve overall health and behavioral health outcomes, adopt and apply evidence based practices, manage organizational culture, and engaging in emerging value based payment delivery systems.
CEU's have been approved for Social Workers & Counselors (RCS058802). MCE's have been approved for Psychologists (310951018). The Ohio Council of Behavioral Health & Family Services Providers is approved by the Ohio Psychological Association-MCE Program to offer continuing education for psychologists. The Ohio Council, #310951018, maintains responsibility for the program. CEU's for Chemical Dependency Professionals have been applied for. CPE's have been approved for Accountants by the Accountancy Board of Ohio (CPE.248).