MCTAC Training Opportunity for all North Country Behavioral Health (BH) Providers
Register now for
the full day, in-person training event in Lake Placid on 4/19/16 from 9am-4pmat the Crowne Plaza Resort & Golf Club. MCTAC is pleased to announce this training in partnership with the North Country Behavioral Health Network (NCBHN) and in conjunction with NCBHN's Spring Forum on 4/20/16,
also at the Crowne Plaza. See below for more details on the NCBHN Spring Forum.
Registration and Refreshments (coffee, tea)
Billing Expectations and Utilization Management Requirements (applicable to Adult BH providers only)
11:45am-12:30pm: Contracting & Credentialing Strategies (applicable to Adult and Children's BH providers)
LUNCH and Managed Care Organization (MCO) Meet & Greet/Contracting Fair (applicable to Adult and Children's BH providers)
2:00pm-3:00pm: Capacity building for
providers with little to no experience billing Medicaid/managed care (applicable to Adult and Children's BH providers)
3:00pm-4:00pm: Children's System Transformation
Overview (applicable to Adult and Children's BH providers)
Who should attend this training?
Staff responsible for Contracting
Staff responsible for Utilization Management, Utilization Review, and authorization activities as well as interested Program Directors
and Senior Management.
Agency finance, revenue cycle, and billing staff
Plaza, Olympic Room, 101 Olympic Drive, Lake Placid, NY, 12946
Please note, these presentations do NOT include Health Home billing information
nor do they include UM information for Home and Community Based Service (HCBS) providers. There will be a UM training specific to HCBS later in 2016.
NCBHN's Spring Forum: System Transformation Implementation (DSRIP, Managed Care & Integration)
Plaza Resort & Golf Club, 101 Olympic Dr., Lake Placid, NY
This forum will introduce and update BHC providers on the implementation phase of healthcare systems transformation, with a focus on the role of, and the impact on, providers. It will also include an update on last year's Opiate Addiction Epidemic from the
treatment providers perspective.
Who should attend:
MH and SUD prevention, treatment, recovery care management, and peer support service providers.