Emily Kingman

Value-Based Care: One Provider's Journey, Part IV

It’s more than Value-Based Payment; it’s Value-Based Care. The Institute for Community Living (ICL) shares their vision for culture change, and what they are doing now to improve outcomes, reduce costs, and increase access to quality care.

Part 4: Integrated Care: Re-Thinking Our Role: Are we behavioral health providers or healthcare providers?  We need to think whole-person health in order to provide whole-person care. This video identifies what behavioral health providers can do to improve physical health.

Value-Based Care: One Provider's Journey, Part III

It’s more than Value-Based Payment; it’s Value-Based Care. The Institute for Community Living (ICL) shares their vision for culture change, and what they are doing now to improve outcomes, reduce costs, and increase access to quality care.

Part 3: Back to Basics: Improving Access: Improving access increases our value to the people we serve, to payers, to providers, and to the community at large.  This video describes the key ingredients needed to increase access and improve the experience of care.

Value-Based Care: One Provider's Journey, Part II

It’s more than Value-Based Payment; it’s Value-Based Care. The Institute for Community Living (ICL) shares their vision for culture change, and what they are doing now to improve outcomes, reduce costs, and increase access to quality care.

Part 2: From Volume to Value: Shifting the Paradigm: Chris Copeland, Chief Operating Officer, describes the fundamental shift in perspective needed to lead an organization into value-based care.

Target audience: Agency leadership and program directors

Value-Based Care: One Provider's Journey, Part I

It’s more than Value-Based Payment; it’s Value-Based Care. The Institute for Community Living (ICL) shares their vision for culture change, and what they are doing now to improve outcomes, reduce costs, and increase access to quality care.

Part 1: Finding Our New True North: David Woodlock, President & CEO, shares his perspective on the alignment between health care reform and the behavioral health community.  Realizing our value begins with knowing who we serve.

Target audience: Agency leadership and program directors

The Value of Peer Support in Behavioral Health Services

Presented by MCTAC partners at ICL and NYAPRS, this webinar was intended for Health Home care managers and adult BH HCBS providers interested in learning more about how to best engage peers in service settings. NYAPRS provided an overview of the peer approach using data to illustrate its benefits and shared strategies for outreach and engagement. ICL shared their experience in providing HCBS Peer Support services, and discussed how peer support can serve as an effective engagement tool, a bridge to other services, and a critical component of recovery oriented practice.

Outcomes: How to Use Your Data

Gathering data to target outcomes is a difficult and daunting task. It’s important to establish sound data management practice before outcomes can be tracked successfully. Providers can be unsure of how to identify important data elements and how to collect, interpret and share data. 

This webinar provided information about how to use your data to demonstrate value, improve services, inform practice and empower staff.

How to Invest in the Future with HCBS

Do you have questions about delivering Adult BH HCBS services? Have you encountered obstacles getting Adult BH HCBS up and running? Are you concerned about making Adult BH HCBS viable for your organization? ICL, MCTAC and its partners are offering a pre-recorded web-based training series that will tackle these questions head on by sharing strategies and lessons learned in planning, implementing and delivering Adult BH Home and Community Based Services.

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