As we continue to navigate our “new normal” and identify ways to care for ourselves and others, it’s time to consider what’s needed to sustain our endurance through this marathon. How can we learn from past traumatic world events to promote resilience through this pandemic? Join us for the next COVID-19 Self-Care Office Hour session titled, Engaging the New Normal—Running Your Own Marathon. Different parts of the country are in different phases of this new normal so we will join in a conversation about strategies to support health in yourself and those you serve during this challenging time.
During COVID-19, the lived experience and unique skill sets of peer support workers have been critical in supporting outreach and recovery to the most vulnerable. Join us for our second Office Hour session focused on peer support workers, Leveraging Peer Support Skills in COVID-19. Continuing the conversation from our previous peer support session, we hope you can join us to share how you’re engaging and supporting individuals and how we can support and advocate for you and your peer support team to safely engage in the COVID-19 response.
Join this Office Hour session to engage in a discussion following the previous week's webinar titled, No Two People Are the Same: Respecting Cultural Diversity when Delivering Healthcare. We hope you can join to share how you're coming up with equitable solutions to COVID-19 response and how we can help support you in doing so.
Without a clear end in sight, the COVID-19 pandemic has shifted careers, relationships, and lifestyles, drastically changing our day-to-day. We are all experiencing something new, causing us to learn and adapt to different and unfamiliar ways of communicating with loved ones, engaging in our communities, and maintaining our own health. Navigating through this crisis and finding our “new normal” takes time and energy that’s often hard to find. Join us for our next COVID-19 Office Hour session, Navigating the New Normal; Taking Time for Self-Compassion During COVID-19, where we will discuss strategies and ideas for finding the time to incorporate self-compassion into our new normal and how to incorporate them long term into your daily life and organizations.
A person’s cultural background and personal experiences play a major role in their perception of healthcare and treatment. Understanding these differences is crucial to provide effective care that is comprehensive, and patient centered. Join the Center of Excellence for Integrated Health Solutions in a discussion on how culture influences patient interactions, treatment adherence, and health outcomes.
The COVID-19 pandemic is dramatically changing the way behavioral health organizations operate and prompting many questions about how best to adapt.
Chuck and members of the National Council team will provide updates on recent developments and guidance for moving forward. Submit your questions in advance and we will do our best to answer them.
Anya Eliassen, Chief Financial Officer of Oakland Community Health Network (OCHN), and Dr. Nicole Lawson, Deputy Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer, will share OCHN’s experience of utilizing an outcomes-based payment model for behavioral health services. OCHN serves as the public community mental health center and public Medicaid specialty health plan for Oakland County, Michigan. OCHN will also share lessons learned for community mental health centers in other states that are pursuing similar types of outcomes-based payment models. Participants will hear about the development of the VBP/outcome based system development; the mechanics behind the system; the relationship with and involvement of providers in system design; and the result of the use of a VBP/outcome-based system in their network.
An outbreak of a new strain of coronavirus, 2019-nCoV or COVID-19, presents an ongoing health threat across the globe. Join the National Council for Behavioral Health and the Joint Commission on March 20 from 1-2 p.m. for a co-hosted webinar, “Preparing Behavioral Health Organizations for Coronavirus.”
With the rapidly changing response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the National Council recognizes it is a time of heightened uncertainty and anxiety – for our members, the individuals we serve and the communities in which we operate. For many organizations, simply keeping the doors open has become an urgent challenge. We are here to help.
There are multiple components that influence one’s health but does not quite fit under the healthcare umbrella, yet these factors are important to our well-being. Where we live, grow, work, and play has a larger impact on health outcomes than you may think. Join the Center of Excellence for Integrated Health Solutions for a deep dive into addressing social determinants.