Events

Conferences/Workshops/Events

 

Medicaid MCOs: What’s Working, What’s Not, What’s Next                            November 29, 2018
Preferred Behavioral Health Group, Lakewood, NJ


A Hospital-Community Collaboration in Action                                       December 3, 2018
Capital Health Pennington NJ Pure Conference Room








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Medicaid MCOs: What’s Working, What’s Not, What’s Next

 



  • Share your thoughts on what’s working with the Managed Care Organizations’ (MCOs’) coverage of mental healthcare and substance use treatment providers for special populations.
  • Express your concerns and questions.
  • Discover what’s next.
  • Learn the basics of Medicare and Medicaid from Ann Clemency Kohler, MCRP, Former Deputy Commissioner, New Jersey Department of Human Services and Former Director, New Jersey Division of Medical Assistance and Health Services.
  • Learn about the managed care appeal process from Gale Simon, Assistant Commissioner, Consumer Protection Services, New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance. 

 

November 29, 2018 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. 

Preferred Behavioral Health
725 Airport Road, Unit B1
Lakewood, NJ  08701

$25 for members. $75 for nonmembers.

Click here to register



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A Hospital-Community Collaboration in Action




The purpose of this forum is to bring together hospitals and community providers of behavioral health care to start collaborating in a dynamic action plan, utilizing tenets of population health and social determinants to better serve their populations. 

The Trenton Health Team has had a stunning success with such collaborations. 

We will also discuss information technology, including how data can be mined, how to bridge the knowledge gap, and how to share data and use it effectively to enhance the quality of health care. 

This forum aims to invigorate attendees to establish their own partnerships based on their local community cultures. 

December 3, 2018 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. 

Location: Capital Health, NJ Pure Conference Room, One Capital Way, Pennington, NJ

Click here to register

 

 



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