Past Events

NH CHI Annual Symposium

Beyond Partners: Breaking down barriers and bridging services to treat the whole person

September 19, 2018

8:00 AM- 3:30 PM

Grappone Conference Center, Concord

SYMPOSIUM GUIDEBOOK

PARTICIPANT AGENDA

PRESENTER BIOS

Presentations

Objectives
Utilization of patient, family, and community engagement to improve the delivery of
whole-person care
Recruitment of medical, behavioral, and social service work forces needed to meet the
needs of various populations
Enhancement of the knowledge and skills needed in the delivery of whole-person care
Discussion of opportunities and challenges to support financing of whole-person care
Objectives
Utilization of patient, family, and community engagement to improve the delivery of
whole-person care
Recruitment of medical, behavioral, and social service work forces needed to meet the
needs of various populations
Enhancement of the knowledge and skills needed in the delivery of whole-person care
Discussion of opportunities and challenges to support financing of whole-person care

image with information about the NH CHI Annual Symposium on 9/19/18


Integrating SUD Screening & Treatment: A Collaborative Care Approach to Practice and Payment

January 10, 2017 Webinar

We received great updates on the national perspective from Dr. Ratzliff and a state perspective from Lucy Hodder. During the first two years of the learning collaborative, we presented payment models for integrated care for patients with depression, anxiety, and substance-use disorder. The tools and models provide a framework for how we should think about building a sustainable practice. We encourage you to look at the tools and presented models to consider the needs of your practice! In conjunction with these tools, consider the billing codes that presented during the webinar. Please review the resources listed below.

Resources:

AIMS Center. Financing Strategies for Collaborative Care [website]. https://aims.uw.edu/collaborative-care/financing-strategies-collaborative-care.

AIMS Center. Financial Modeling Workbook [website]. https://aims.uw.edu/collaborative-care/financing-strategies/financial-modeling-workbook

Highland, J. Exploration of Payment Models for Depression Treatment in Primary Care [video]. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQUZ3l47emo&feature=youtu.be May, 2016.

Highland, J. Moving Financing for BH Services in New Hampshire Forward [Power Point slides]. https://www.citizenshealthinitiative.org/sites/default/files/media/BHI_20161116_OpeningSession%20-%20PaymentJH.pdf. November 16, 2016.

Highland, J. Moving Financing for BH Services in New Hampshire Forward [video].https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ubORWCKYnO0&feature=youtu.be. November 16, 2016.

Highland, J. Demonstrating Feasibility of Payment Models in Primary Care: Depression, Anxiety, and Substance Use Disorder Treatment [video]. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ZxUbHNwGqY&feature=youtu.be June 7, 2017.

NH Citizens Health Initiative. Integrating Behavioral Health & Primary Care in New Hampshire: A Path Forward to Sustainable Practice & Payment Transformationhttps://www.citizenshealthinitiative.org/sites/default/files/media/NH%20Citizens%20Health%20Initiative%20Whitepaper%20-%20Dec%202016.pdf. December 2016.  


Year 3 BHI Learning Collaborative Opening Session

November 8, 2017