Take Your CCBHC Planning to the Next Level by Measuring Impact and Accessing Data
The Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) demonstration is now in its sixth year, with an opportunity for 10 more states to join by 2024. Interested states will have the opportunity to apply for planning grants and spend a year implementing the processes, standards, payment rates and quality reporting mechanisms required to make their CCBHC programs a success.
States’ early experiences in the demonstration revealed that launching and managing new quality reporting processes can present a number of challenges. What can other states learn from this experience as they embark upon their CCBHC planning or work to take their demonstrations to the next level? And how do states measure program impact while ensuring CCBHCs and their partners have access to timely data to support clinical quality improvement?
Join the National Council for Mental Wellbeing and the National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors (NASMHPD) to explore these issues. The event will profile Missouri, a CCBHC demonstration state that has excelled at implementing new quality measurement and performance improvement processes.
Attendees will learn:
- The latest information about the planning grant opportunity and timing.
- Missouri’s approach to data collection and quality measurement, including its innovative model for connecting claims across multiple health settings as a tool for population health management, clinical quality improvement and program evaluation.
- Advice for states to consider as they plan the next phase of their CCBHC efforts.