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Recorded on August 8, 2017
Under value-based reimbursement, general healthcare providers are challenged to improve patients’ health while decreasing costs. Administrators realize the importance of behavioral health issues, but they’re not sure how to address them. Ample research documents that behavioral screening and intervention (BSI) – a package of alcohol and drug screening, brief intervention and referral to treatment (SBIRT), smoking screening and cessation services, and depression screening and collaborative care – would help general healthcare settings meet their new goals, but few have implemented it. Come learn how treatment programs that offer BSI can establish valuable partnerships with general healthcare organizations, create a new referral pipeline, and thrive under value-based reimbursement.
- Explain the incentives created by value-based reimbursement programs and how addressing behavioral risks and disorders would meet those incentives.
- Delineate the process of behavioral screening and intervention (BSI) and how it would help general healthcare providers meet their goals under value-based reimbursement.
- Describe best practices for implementing BSI in general healthcare settings.
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Cary Hopkins Eyles is the Assistant Director of the UTC Coordinating Center for North American Universities. She received her Master’s from USF. She is a Certified Addictions Professional, registered yoga teacher, and certified trainer in Domestic Violence. She was Director of Criminal Justice programs, running treatment centers for persons with substance use and mental health disorders, for a decade. She was Training and Staff Development Coordinator at a behavioral health organization for 2 years. She taught undergraduate classes in Criminology and Interdisciplinary Social Science departments at USF. Cary has presented at multiple FADAA Conferences and been published in the areas of trauma-informed care and school shootings.
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Addiction professionals, employee assistance professionals, social workers, mental health counselors, professional counselors, psychologists, and other helping professionals that are interested in learning about addiction-related matters.
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