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A CMHA Emerging Leaders: Bridges to Emerging Leaders Subgroup. Status Report November 1, 2010 R. Palpant, C. Campbell, J. Noda, and J. Wadsworth. Outline. Key Objectives Potential Impact Benchmark Goals / Timeline for Implementation Preliminary Findings Next Steps. Key Objectives.

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A cmha emerging leaders bridges to emerging leaders subgroup

ACMHA Emerging Leaders:Bridges to Emerging Leaders Subgroup

Status Report

November 1, 2010

R. Palpant, C. Campbell, J. Noda, and J. Wadsworth


Outline

  • Key Objectives

  • Potential Impact

  • Benchmark Goals / Timeline for Implementation

  • Preliminary Findings

  • Next Steps


Key Objectives

  • Undergo comprehensive research and analysis of groups that are working on leadership issues within disciplines that crosswalk with behavioral health

    • Including disciplines outside of health (e.g., pediatrics, primary care, education, faith-based organizations, etc.)

  • Begin a dialogue with the groups that most closely align with the goals of the ACMHA Emerging Leaders.


  • Potential Impact

    • To work toward building on the integration efforts of senior level leadership in the field of behavioral health to facilitate “buy in” from other fields as well as address workforce development issues.


    Proposed Benchmark Goals /

    Timeline for Implementation

    • Phase I – Months 1-5 (June –October 2010)

    • Cast wide net researching which organizations have groups addressing emerging leadership issues or engage with emerging leaders in a meaningful way.

      • Develop systems and processes

      • Construct a set of criteria for involvement

    • Monthly calls to track progress

    • Compile the research and develop a summary report based on the findings


    Proposed Benchmark Goals /

    Timeline for Implementation

    • Phase II – Months 6-10 (November 2010 – March 2011)

    • Make contact with the groups that meet criteria established in Phase I to begin early dialogue and identify points of connectivity

      • Develop a system that captures the process by which leaders approach other leaders

      • Begin building tools that measure collaboration for use in Phase III

    • Submit an interim report to the ACMHA Emerging Leaders meeting at the Spring 2011 Summit.


    Proposed Benchmark Goals /

    Timeline for Implementation

    • Phase III – Year Two (April 2011 – March 2012)

    • Plan a meeting that includes identified representatives from the organizations with whom the subgroup has been in dialogue to

      • Explore future collaborative efforts, and

      • Identify objectives of a proposed “integrated” Emerging Leaders group.


    Preliminary Findings

    • Four Categories Explored

    • Technology (Informatics)

    • Public Policy (including Insurance)

    • Special Groups

    • General Health


    Preliminary Findings: Technology

    • Technology

      • University of Utah Biomedical Informatics

      • Homer Warner Center of Medical Informatics

      • Intermountain Healthcare

      • University Healthcare

      • Office of Public Health Informatics

      • American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA)


    Preliminary Findings: Public Policy (including Insurance)

    • Public Policy (including Insurance)

      • Association for Behavioral Health and Wellness

      • The Society of Health Policy Young Professionals

      • Young Democrats of America

      • Young Republican National Federation

      • American Public Health Association

      • Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management

      • Public Policy Institutions

      • The Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law

      • The National Health Policy Forum

      • National Association of Public Hospitals and Health Systems

      • American Pharmacists Association

      • American Hospital Association

      • Federation of American Hospitals


    Preliminary Findings: General Health

    • General Health

      • American Academy of Pediatrics

      • American Academy of Family Physicians

      • American Nurses Association

      • American Geriatrics Society

      • American Medial Association

      • American Public Health Association


    Preliminary Findings: Special Groups

    • Special Groups

      • National Center for Mental Health Promotion and Youth Violence Prevention

      • National Alliance of Multi-ethnic Behavioral Health Associations

      • Black Faith-based Health Initiative

      • Out of Many: one

      • Mental Health Advocacy Coalition

      • United Way


    Next Steps

    • Development of criteria for reviewing potential organizations

    • Define processes for communicating with selected organizations

    • Decide on future immediate activity

      • Open and flexible dialogue

      • Planned meeting


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