1. Welcome to the NYAPRS Training Collective 2012 Fall Webinar Training Series

The NYAPRS Training Collective is pleased to present our fall series of three timely webinars to assist your agency in preparing for the future. Thanks to our OMH funding, the NYAPRS Training Collective is pleased to offer these webinars to you free of charge.


WEBINAR TOPICS, DATES, & TIMES:

WEBINAR 1: REGULATORY UPDATE - MONDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2012 (1PM-2PM).
Join us for a discussion of the local impact of the recently upheld Affordable Care Act, new/progressing Health Home rules, BHO’s/MCO’s/ACO’s, federal and state oversight implications and the status of Health Insurance Exchanges (on you and everyone else).

WEBINAR 2: MANAGING LIABILITY - TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2012 (1PM-2PM).
Learn what you need to manage liability in new relationships and with issues of Integrated Care.

WEBINAR 3: SOCIAL MEDIA AND TECHNOLOGY CHALLENGES - TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2012 (1PM-2PM).
Take a fresh look at the new challenges that are implicated in communication through new collaborations. We will discuss the technology issues of affiliations, e-mail communication, EHR access issues and the (relatively) new horizon on which appears telehealth.


PRESENTER: Derek Jansen, PhD, MPH

Dr. Jansen has more than 30 years of experience in community healthcare, including direct care provision, and hospital and outpatient administration for a regional psychiatric hospital system. Dr. Jansen has been a presenter at many national training conferences, and numerous regional and state trade associations.

Dr. Jansen is author of “Guide to Documentation, Billing and Coding for Clinical Services in Behavioral Healthcare” published in 2003 and is co-author of “Clinical Documentation and Operational Issues in Behavioral Health” in 2006, “Building Management in Healthcare”, published in 2008 by the National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare and more than 100 articles in peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Jansen is consulting with NYAPRS on a number of current topics including our Health Home Learning Collaborative.

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