Get Paid: Financing Integrated Health Care in Texas
An educational webinar of the
Greater Houston Behavioaral Health Affordable Care Act (BHACA) Initiative
Overview: Financing integrated health care can be one of the biggest obstacles to providing integrated services. In this BHACA webinar, Kathleen (Kathy) Reynolds, LMSW, ACSW, Vice President for Health Integration and Wellness with The National Council for Behavioral Health reviews newly updated information from SAMHSA-HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions (CIHS) regarding codes that may be used to help maximize available funding streams for integrated health care in Texas. As well, Reynolds discusses trends in financing integrated health care and reviews just how in flux the policy landscape is regarding the financing of integrated health care, and what you can do to shape it.
Resource: Newly updated list of codes that may be applied to bill for IHC in Texas: www.integration.samhsa.gov/financing/Texas_.pdf.
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Trends in the Financing of Integrated Health Care
Developing Your Business Plan Using Bundled Rates
Update on New Billing Codes for Integrated Health Care in Texas
Billing and Coding for Success
Date: Thursday, October 9, 2014
Time: 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm CST
To Register for the Webinar: bit.ly/BHACAFinanceIHC
For questions please email Elizabeth at email@example.com.
Thanks to the generosity of BHACA’s funders, Houston Endowment Inc., The Meadows Foundation and United Way of Greater Houston Community Response Fund, this webinar is offered at no cost.
About BHACA: The Behavioral Health Affordable Care Act (BHACA) Initiative is a major collaborative endeavor of the Network of Behavioral Health Providers (NBHP) and Mental Health America of Greater Houston (MHA) designed to support Greater Houston area mental health and substance use providers in responding to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and other recent healthcare reforms across four domains: (1) enhancing and increasing the delivery of integrated health care (IHC), (2) maximizing third party funding streams revenue, (3) adopting certified electronic health record (EHR) systems, and (4) developing outcome-based evaluations.
Vice President for Health Integration and Wellness, The National Council for Behavioral Health