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This training will be based on the AAPC Study Guide for CPB credentialing and will cover the 14 chapters of the AAPC CPB Study Guide.
- Sessions 1 (mornings) & 2(afternoons) will be held on two back to back days and will cover approximately 3 chapters in 6 hours per week.
- Session 3 will be held on Sundays and will cover 3 chapters in 5 hours.
Each week students will be expected to participate in the class and to complete the chapter exams. It is recommended that students do self-study in order to increase their understanding of the materials covered on the exam.
Session 1 & 2 classes begin July 9 and end August 28
Session 3 classes begin July 15 and end August 26
Intended Audience: Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants and Medical Residents are welcome and highly encouraged to attend
The NYSDOH AIDS Institute in partnership with Dutchess County Department of Behavioral and Community Health, Montefiore Hudson Valley Collaborative and Hudson Valley Community Services is sponsoring a free buprenorphine waiver training for clinical providers. In response to opioid overdose deaths in New York State, increased access to buprenorphine treatment for opioid use disorder is urgently needed. Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants and Medical Residents are welcome and highly encouraged to attend.
Date: Saturday June 23, 2018
Time: 8:00 am – 1:00 pm
Location: Dutchess County Department of Behavioral and Community Health
Intended Audience: Care Management Facilitators, Patient Care Managers/Supervisors, Health Educators
Length of Training: Seven (7) hours.
Montefiore Hudson Valley Collaborative (MHVC) is offering train-the-trainer sessions on Care Management for Health Homes in 2017. This full day workshop is designed to activate health home care management trainers to engage their care management staff in promoting positive patient outcomes while contributing to healthcare transformation.
Intended Audience: Care Managers, Patient Care Navigators, Health Educators and Care Support Roles.
Length of Training: Four (4) hours.
Participants will receive fundamental information on diabetes, its underlying cause and disease process, medical management, and patient education as it integrates to case management process.
Intended Audience: Care management/care managers, RN’s, LPN’s, Mental health providers including social workers who provide direct service, supervision, and administrative oversight
Montefiore Hudson Valley Collaborative (MHVC) is offering a webinar series on care management for patients with diabetes. This training is part of MHVC’s cross project training strategy that promotes the ongoing transformation of healthcare; specifically in building competencies in care management of complex cases.
Participants will receive fundamental information on diabetes, its underlying cause and disease process, medical management, and patient education as it integrates to case management process. Participants are not required to attend all 4 sessions.
Module 1: Epidemiology
Module 2: Pharmacology
Module 3: Diabetes Treatment Modalities and Self-Management
Module 4: Documentation and Case Management
Intended Audience: Care Managers, Patient Care Navigators, Health Educators and Care Support Roles.
Length of training: Four (4) Hours
Heart failure, formerly known as congestive heart failure (CHF), means the heart can’t pump enough blood to meet the body’s needs. Participants will learn the common signs and symptoms of Heart Failure; self–management techniques to prevent exacerbation of heart failure; and implications for case management of impacted individuals.
Hypertension is a serious medical condition where blood flows through the blood vessels with greater force than normal. This module will discuss hypertension, treatment and control and case management strategies to manage this serious medical condition.
The majority of cardiovascular disease (CVD) is caused by risk factors that can be controlled, treated or modified, such as diet, exercise, obesity, high blood pressure, cholesterol, smoking and stress. This module will discuss modifiable and non–modifiable risk factors, case management interventions to address these risk factors and prevention of cardiovascular
Intended Audience: Community Health Workers.
Healthcare Association of New York State is offering a Community Health Workers and Chronic Conditions training program. The Community Health Workers and Chronic Conditions Training Program includes five modules on the importance of self-management, reviews strategies for supporting clients in chronic disease self-management efforts, and provides an overview of specific chronic conditions including high blood pressure/prehypertension and hypertension, prediabetes, diabetes and asthma.
Intended Audience: Supervisors, managers, administrators, change agents and informal influencers.
Montefiore Hudson Valley Collaborative (MHVC) is hosting a second Cultural Competency and Health literacy (CCHL) Best Practices forum sharing CCHL strategies in the Hudson Valley. The event will include topics on stigma reduction, social determinants of health, implicit bias and how to collect and use CCHL data effectively.
You are invited to attend the CCHL Best Practices Forum, or feel free to forward registration link to appropriate staff in your organization.
This event is designed to explore and share CCHL best practices and topics impacting the Hudson Valley.
When: Thursday November 8, 2018
Time: 11:00 am – 4:30 pm
Where: Emergency Services Center
22 Wells Farm Road, Goshen NY 10924
The half day agenda includes a keynote speaker, breakout sessions and a panel discussions topics including:
- Social Determinants of Health
- Access to Care
- Using CCHL Data
- Implicit Bias
- Stigma Reduction
For more information regarding the event, please contact Jasmine Cruz by email at firstname.lastname@example.orgCulture Competency and Health Literacy Train-The-Trainer Continuing Education Credits:
Intended Audience: Training Facilitators, Patient Care Managers/Supervisors, Health Educators /Coach
Length of Training: Four (4) hours.
Montefiore Hudson Valley Collaborative (MHVC) is offering train-the-trainer sessions on Cultural Competency & Health Literacy (CCHL). This training is MHVC’s commitment to “Enhance and transform health care of the population we serve in the Hudson Valley by committing to address the social determinants of health, that includes cultural and linguistic needs.
Intended Audience: Healthcare professionals in partner organizations experiencing change, Leadership, “Change Agents” and staff with potential to lead change at your organization, and informal inflencers
Montefiore Hudson Valley Collaborative (MHVC) is providing an instructor-led workshop on
Leading Change. In this lively and interactive session, Helen Bevan of the English National
Health Service (NHS) will help us explore some of the latest ideas, tools and approaches
from leading practitioners of large scale change around the globe. Participants will reflect
on the practical implications and opportunities for their work in a world where the balance
between “old power” (positional power and authority) and “new power” (networks and
social movements) is shifting. They will also consider how to build our individual and
collective capability for leading change and delivering results in this new world.
Date: December 6, 2018
Time: 12:30 – 4:30 PM*
*Lunch will be provided
Intended Audience: Interested candidates must have experience with patients/clients in substance use and addiction field and one of the following Train the Trainer topics: Motivational Interviewing, Screening Patients, Brief Interventions and stages of change.
Montefiore Hudson Valley Collaborative (MHVC) is hosting an instructor training on Screening, Brief intervention, and Referral to treatment (SBIRT). SBIRT is a comprehensive, integrated, public health approach to the delivery of early intervention and treatment services. This training is part of MHVC’s cross project training strategy to help build patient-centered self-management support skills.
Intended Audience: Providers interested in developing confidence managing patients with Opioid Use Disorder (OUD)
Dr. Tiffany Lu & Dr. Damara Gutnick will present a webinar to
Providers interested in developing confidence managing patients with Opioid Use Disorder (OUD)
and are invited to join a webinar on
Friday, August 3rd 2018 from 12:30 pm-1:30 pm
• Why should out patient providers treat OUD?
• What is Project ECHO tele-mentoring and How does it work?
• How can Project ECHO help build your skills?
For questions contact: Erka Amursi email@example.com
Trauma, Aging and the Implications for Treatment Continuing Education Credits:2.0 Contact Hours
Intended Audience: Licensed Socials Workers, Licensed Mental Health Counselors, Psychoanalysts, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists
The Geriatric Mental Wellness Alliance and The Trauma Institute of Orange County Presents Trauma, Aging and the Implications for Treatment
This presentation will focus on the impact of earlier trauma on the way individuals experience aging, illness, and helplessness as patients, as well as on the way the encounter with trauma victims impacts providers. The main learning objectives will be to allow providers to understand the interactions between trauma and aging, be aware of the individual variability in responses to trauma, and the often disguised presentation of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in elderly trauma survivors.
The lecture will describe the pervasive reality of dehumanization in modern medical settings, its functional and non-functional causes, and factors that place elderly trauma survivors at an elevated risk for such treatment. Finally, some of the ways to counter these implicit processes will be addressed in order to prevent traumatization and re-traumatization of individuals.
When: Thursday November 30th, 2017
Time: 10:30 am- 12:30 pm
Location: Emergency Service Center 22 Wells Farm Road, Goshen, NY 10924
Cost: There is no cost to attend. $20 for those seeking CE Hours.
For special requests, please contact: Carole Lindsell at 845-342-2400 ext.1257 Clindsell@mhaorangeny.orgValue Based Payment (VBP) Boot Camps Continuing Education Credits:
VBP bootcamps are a regional learning series created by the Department of Health with a goal to equip VBP contractors and interested parties such as Managed Care Organizations, Providers, Associations, and Community Based Organizations, with the knowledge necessary to implement payment reform.
The VBP bootcamps will be one, day-long session in five regions across the State. The VBP bootcamp is tentatively scheduled for 9:00AM-5:00PM. The same subjects and content will be covered in every region.
The bootcamps will consist of breakout sessions and workshops on the following subjects:
- VBP Financing
- VBP Contracting
- VBP and the Social Determinants of Health/Community Based Organizations
- VBP Quality Measures
- VBP for Managed Long Term Care
The schedule and locations for VBP bootcamps are as follows:
|October 10, 2017**||Capital Region**||The Egg-Swyer Theater**||1 Empire State Plaza, S Mall Arterial, Albany, NY 12203|
|October 18, 2017||New York City||The New York Academy of Medicine||1216 5th Ave, New York, NY 10029|
|October 23, 2017||North Country||High Peaks Resort||2384 Saranac Ave, Lake Placid, NY 12946|
|November 3, 2017||Central New York||Rochester Radisson Riverside||120 E Main St, Rochester, NY 14604|
|November 15, 2017||Long Island||The Long Island Marriott||101 James Doolittle Blvd, Uniondale, NY 11553|
**All of the sessions for the Capital Region VBP bootcamp will be webcast live and recorded. The link will be sent out when it becomes available.
Registration for each region will open approximately 3 weeks in advance of the session and close 1 week before the event. The registration link will be posted when it becomes available.
These events are free and open to all interested parties. Space will be limited for each region, and space will be on a first come, first serve basis. We ask that all organizations limit participation to no more than 4 participants.
As a reminder, VBP bootcamps are being considered the ‘4th semester’ of VBP University. If you attend a VBP bootcamp, and have completed all 3 semester quizzes of VBP University with a passing grade of 80% or higher, you will receive a printed copy of your ‘VBP University diploma’ at the session you attend. To learn more and participate in VBP University visit, www.health.ny.gov/VBP.
Please send any questions to VBP@health.ny.gov.
Intended Audience: middle or upper management whose responsibility is to directly engage in contracting and/or manage relationships with payors.
As health care transitions into a value-based environment, Montefiore Hudson Valley Collaborative (MHVC) is offering training to partners on the key components and players of MCO contracting, to prepare partners to be successful in this environment.
During this session attendees will explore key foundational concepts of contracting with managed care organizations (MCOs).By the end of this session participants will be able to:
• Identify key stakeholders and their respective responsibilities within managed care contracting
• Understand the various types of managed care contracts and services, including reimbursement models as well as what goes into an MCO contract
• Recognize functions covered under managed care contracts
• Measure and monitor success in MCO contracting through various metrics
• Understand how the process differs for the various provider groups (e.g.BH, CBOs, PCPs, ACOs)
Date: December 17,2018
Time: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Location: Valley Cottage, NY
Intended Audience: Individuals whose responsibility is to operationalize value-based payments within their organization. Operational managers are also encouraged to attend.
Montefiore Hudson Valley Collaborative (MHVC) is offering two instructor-led topics that will support Hudson Valley partners’ readiness for value-based care. These two (2) hour training sessions support the Financial Stability governance under Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) initiatives.
Intended Audience: Health Home care managers Mental health providers including social workers who provide direct service, supervision, and administrative oversight, Organizational leadership, change agents, and informal influencers
Join us JUNE 6, 2018 from 9:00 am- 10:00 am
for a What Matter’s to You Webinar to launch What Matter’s to you Day!
About this webinar:
- This webinar provides participants an overview of the “What Matters to You” initiative and reviews the tools and processes used to guide healthcare staff on how to ask the question “What matters to you?”.
Who Should Attend:
- Healthcare professionals in partner organizations looking to implement What matters to you? in their practice.
- Health Home care managers Mental health providers including social workers who provide direct service, supervision, and administrative oversight
- Organizational leadership, change agents, and informal influencers
Use this link to register and secure your seat today!