The Federal Environment Riding the Roller Coaster of Change: Behavioral Health in Transition. Chuck Ingoglia, Vice President, Public Policy National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare. January 20, 2012. The National Council: Serving and Leading.
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Chuck Ingoglia,Vice President, Public Policy
National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare
January 20, 2012
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Can schools, child welfare, ACOs and healthcare homes get their clients/patients into specialty MH/SU care with same day/next day access, especially for high risk, high need patients?
Do you have the ability to identify patients with MH/SUD who represent the top 5% to 10% of high cost consumers of health care and provide effective care management services to help them manage their MH/SU disorders AND their chronic health conditions?
Do you have well defined assessment processes and defined levels of care based on clinical pathways, functionality in daily living activities, symptom severity indicators, service volumes, etc. to match client need with the type, location, and duration of evidence-based care that increases the likelihood that consumers will get their needs met in a timely and effective manner?
Is your clinical delivery process consumer-centered and supportive of “stepped care”?
Do you use standardized tools to measure improvement (or not) in symptomology, level of functioning, resilience and recovery?