Medical Monitoring in Behavioral Health: The Role of the Psychiatric Team Webinar Viewing
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Live Viewing and Discussion
of the SAMHSA-HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions’ webinar on
Medical Monitoring in Behavioral Health:
The Role of the Psychiatric Team
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
11:45 AM – 2:00 PM
(live webinar from 12:00 – 1:30)
Please feel free to bring your lunch and join us to view and discuss!
Webinar Description from CIHS: Individuals with mental health and substance use conditions are at greater risk for medical conditions - such as metabolic syndrome, diabetes and COPD - than the general population. While integrating primary care into behavioral health is one solution to reducing the rates of chronic medical conditions, psychiatrists and other behavioral health providers who operate in stand-alone mental health and addiction treatment organizations can also make strides toward identifying chronic conditions and getting their clients the treatment they need. In partnership with the American Psychiatric Association, CIHS invites you to join this webinar to learn how to transfer the latest research and on-the-ground experiences on medical monitoring into implementable practices for psychiatrists and other behavioral health providers in community behavioral health care settings.
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For more information about the webinar from CIHS or to register to watch on your own, please see https://goto.webcasts.com/starthere.jsp?ei=1066523.
Professor and Rosalynn Carter Chair in Mental Health, Director, Center for Behavioral Health Policy Studies, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University;
Integrated Care Consultant and Chair, APA Workgroup on Integrated Care;
President/CEO, Regional Mental Health Center, Indiana
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About BHACA: The Behavioral Health Affordable Care Act (BHACA) Initiative is a 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. The BHACA Initiative is generously funded by Houston Endowment Inc., The Meadows Foundation, the United Way of Greater Houston Community Response Fund and The Rockwell Fund
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