Learn the Business of Behavioral Health at NatCon19
The entire MTM Services team returns to NatCon in 2019 with even more tools to help you get claims paid, reduce no-shows, expand capacity, make the most of the EHR dollar, promote shared decision making via collaborative documentation and introduce opioid treatment services.
Developing Your Strategic Plan for Opioid Treatment, Michael D. Flora, MBA, MAEd, LCPC; Valerie Westhead, MD
Productivity: Is Your EHR Working for Your Team or Against Them? Charlie Grantham; Scott Lloyd
DLA-20 Lunch and Learn, Annie Jensen, LCSW
IT Road Mapping: Are You Wasting Your EHR Dollars? Charlie Grantham
Same Day Access: Why Wait? Joy Fruth, MSW
A Roadmap for Becoming Co-occurring Competent Valerie Westhead, MD
Claims Denial: Your Fault or Theirs? Michael D. Flora, MBA, MAEd, LCPC; Scott Lloyd
Ending Organizational Dysfunction Scott Lloyd
Is Medicare a Missed Opportunity? David R. Swann, MA, LCAS, CCS, NCC, LPC
Collaborative Documentation: There’s Nothing Basic About it Joy Fruth, MSW; Michael D. Flora, MBA, MAEd, LCPC
The Proof Is in the Data: Easy Recipes for Reliable Data Collection and Reporting Charlie Grantham; Scott Lloyd
Implementing Same Day Access for SUD Treatment Services Joy Fruth, MSW; Michael D. Flora, Jeff Marshall, MBA
Leveraging Technology to Accelerate Innovation: Lessons Learned From the CCBHC Model Charlie Grantham; Larry Smith, CPRSS; Kate Davidson
Value-based Purchasing: Balancing Care and Cost David R. Swann; Mike Garrett;Jason Barkey, MPA
All presentations above are included with your NatCon registration. Once finalized, dates and times of each presentation will be listed in your NatCon19 program and the NatCon mobile app.
Full-day Preconference University on Sunday, March 24
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
David Lloyd, Founder, MTM Services
Scott Lloyd, President, MTM Services
Michael Flora, MBA, MAEd, Senior Management and Operations Consultant, MTM Services
Joy Fruth, MSW, Lead Process Change Consultant, MTM Services
Today’s most successful behavioral health organizations have leaders who are skilled in guiding not only rapid change, but transformational change. To truly lead and sustain a successful transformation, you need intensive, case study-based training in identifying critical staff and board roles for change management, communication strategies and assessment strategies to understand strengths and risk areas.
Understand how to assess your organization’s readiness for change, including strengths and areas of risk.
Identify the important role in change management of executive team, board, mid-level managers/supervisors and front-line staff and understand effective strategies for engaging staff and board members at all levels.
Identify where systems build dependence instead of independence for the consumer.
Recognize the core elements of rapid-cycle change and continuous quality improvement and prepare to implement these change models within your organization.
Identify best-in-class decision-making and communication planning for sustaining transformational change.
Develop your personal and organizational transformational change strategy and executive goals.
Register and book your room today!