July 23 NYAPRS Webinar: Integrating Behavioral Health and Primary Care

NYAPRS Note: The time for talking about integrated services has passed and the time for implementing them is now. This webinar will bring you two approaches in two different and distinct regions of New York that have integrated behavioral health and primary care in innovative ways.

Listen as The Institute for Community Living describes an innovative blending of primary care into mental health part 599 licensed clinics in New York City, and as Behavioral Health Services North, shares their unique relationship that they are developing with the local FQHC, Person Centered Medical Home and Health Home in the North Country. Join us as we explore the strengths and challenges of integrating care. If you are not a NYAPRS Organizational member join now at http://www.nyaprs.org/join-us/.

 

NEXT MEDICAID REDESIGN LEARNING COLLABORATIVE (MRLC) WEBINAR

Tuesday July 23, 2013   1:30pm-3:00pm

“Integrating Behavioral Health and Primary Care”

 

After joining NYAPRS and the MRLC , you will receive your “go to webinar” invitation. Then make sure you register for this important webinar.

After you register, you will receive the link.

 

The Agenda for the July 23rd, 2013 webinar is as follows:

  • Welcome, Review of Day’s Agenda: Edye Schwartz
  • Presentation“Integrating Behavioral Health and Primary Care”

Peter Trout, MPA, CRC, Chief of Services, Behavioral Health Services North, Plattsburgh, NY.

Colleen Florio, PhD., Director of Care Management Initiatives & Evaluation, Adirondack Health Institute.

Karen L. Ashline, Director, Northern Adirondack Medical Home.

Dr. Jeanie Tse, Associate Chief Medical Officer, Institute for Community Living, New York City.

  • Questions & Answers

 

REMEMBER YOU MUST BE A NYAPRS ORGANIZATIONAL MEMBER TO ATTEND

For information on becoming a NYAPRS member please visit our website at http://www.nyaprs.org/join-us/

 

Don’t Miss Out: New Members can register now for the Medicaid Redesign Learning Collaborative at  info@NYAPRS.org

 

Questions? Contact us at mary@nyaprs.org