March 24, 2017
Recent Behavioral Health event in Portland discussed sustainability and Oregon initiatives.
On March 17, 2017 the Institute partnered with the Oregon Health Authority Transformation Center to host Sustaining Integrated Care for Persons with Serious Behavioral Health Conditions, a full-day learning and networking event for behavioral and mental health leaders and innovators.
Portland, Oregon -- Attendees shared innovative behavioral and mental health initiatives happening around Oregon, and discussed sustainability and payment models for integrated behavioral health care. This event featured sessions with Dale Jarvis, CPA and Lynnea Lindsey, PhD, MSCP, among other important leaders and innovators around Oregon. There were also breakout sessions on the U.S. Department of Justice agreement, integrating peer support roles into care, findings from the Behavioral Health Collaborative shared through the 21st Century Oregon Behavioral Health Action Plan, best practices in integrated care for persons with substance use disorder, and using telehealth in integrated care. The end of the event featured a great activity to share offers, requests and commitments from attendees to further the learnings from the event. It was a valuable opportunity to find out more about the great work going on around integrated behavioral health care in Oregon.
Slides and information shared at this informative event can be found at the Transformation Center’s website >>>
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