Final webinar in SAMHSA's Care Coordination for OTPs Series -- this Monday 8/27
FINAL WEBINAR IN SAMHSA’S CARE COORDINATION FOR OTPs WEBINAR SERIES
Innovative and Integrated Treatment Models: Increasing Impact of Opioid Treatment
Programs (OTPs) through Care Coordination
Webinar 5: Pulling it All Together – Action Steps for Implementation
Monday August 27, 2018
1:00 – 2:30 PM Eastern (10:00 – 11:30 AM Pacific)
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Join us for the final session in SAMHSA’s webinar series on increasing the impact of opioid treatment programs (OTPs) by enhancing care coordination. In this webinar you will hear presentations from two providers who have implemented care coordination activities in an OTP setting. They will present participants with action steps for implementation, including implications for staffing,
workflows, and other aspects of running a practice.
John Brooklyn, M.D. – University of Vermont, Burlington VT
Dr. Brooklyn is affiliated with the University of Vermont College of Medicine as Clinical Faculty and has been involved with research on cocaine and heroin treatments, including buprenorphine for decades. As a Family Practitioner specializing in Addiction Medicine, his work includes integrating substance use treatment into primary care by using a learning collaborative strategy and using innovation to transform the delivery of treatment of opioid use disorders throughout Vermont and the US.
Linda Hurley – CEO/President, CODAC Behavioral Healthcare, Cranston RI
Ms. Hurley has worked in the substance use disorders treatment field for over 25 years, and became CODAC Behavioral Healthcare’s CEO/President in 2016. Under her leadership, CODAC was the first OTP in the nation to receive health home certification, and was the first Rhode Island OTP to be designated as a Center of Excellence. She has consulted for state and federal agencies, including SAMHSA.
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