New SAMHSA Webinar Series for OTPs on Care Coordination on April 5th
NEW WEBINAR SERIES – Innovative and Integrated Treatment Models: Increasing Impact of Opioid Treatment Programs through Care Coordination
Webinar 1: Care Coordination 101
Wednesday April 5th, 2018
1:00-2:30 pm ET
Register today at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1717303411554105859
Is your opioid treatment program (OTP) interested in learning more care coordination strategies, processes, and technologies? Would you like to learn how to optimize your clients’ care to improve their health outcomes by addressing not only their substance misuse, but also their mental health, medical, and social needs?
Join the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) for a new five-part webinar series about care coordination for OTPs. This webinar series is targeted to OTPs. However, anyone who is interested in learning about care coordination for substance use disorders is welcome to attend.
Attend the first webinar in our series “Care Coordination 101” for a presentation by Dr. Kenneth Stoller, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Director of the Johns Hopkins Broadway Center for Addiction. Dr. Stoller will discuss how OTPs can serve as hubs of expertise and integration to create seamless systems of care by working with primary, specialty medical, and mental health providers, as well as social service agencies, criminal justice, and government entities.
Stay tuned for dates and registration information for future webinars in this series! Please send questions regarding webinar registration to: HealthITWebinars@abtassoc.com
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