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Exploring Revenue Cycle Management Solutions in Behavioral Health

mhnr-soundbitesJoin us for a interview with Michael Flora, Senior Operations and Management Consultant for MTM Services, a strategic partner with National Council for Behavioral Health. Michael presented at the annual conference for the council about revenue cycle management for Certified Community Behavioral Health Centers. As he states in our interview, it is not business as usual anymore. Provider types are changing and how Behavioral Health providers and agencies navigate these changes will depend on utilizing the expertise of the council and MTM Services.  

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Recovery After an Initial Schizophrenia Episode

mhnr-soundbitesPsychiatrist, John Kane, M.D. and Clincial Psychologist, Susan Azrin join us at the annual National Council for Behavioral Health conference to discuss their presentation on recovery after initial schizophrenia episodes. The program RAISE is funded by the National Institute of Mental Health. It was designed to reduce the likelihood of long-term disability that people with schizophrenia often experience.

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Legalizing Marijuana – The Conversation We Should Be Having: Dr. R. Corey Waller

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Dr. Corey Waller joins us for a discussion about the consequences of legalizing marijuana from the media room at National Council for Behavioral Health’s annual conference. Dr. Waller is a multi-session presenter and we are so glad he could take some time out during the conference for some sound bites about his work. Take a listen and hear factual information that should be part of our national conversation about marijuana usage.

 

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The Mental Healthcare Paradigm: Eileen Joseph, CEO of CareLink Community Support Services

mhnr-soundbitesJoin us live from Las Vegas, Nevada at the annual conference for The National Council for Behavioral Health. Our goal was to speak with presenters and guests. Eileen Joseph stopped by the media room to give us her thoughts on the most esteemed conference supporting our favorite sector of healthcare: Behavioral Health. Eileen discusses what CareLink Community Support Services offers their client population, what their technology needs are, and how the ever changing paradigm of mental health is affecting their organization. 

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Working With Gender Variant Youth: Dr. Aron Janssen

mhnr-soundbitesJoin us for a live interview with Dr. Aaron Janssen at The National Council for Behavioral Health’s annual conference: NatCon16. Dr. Janssen stopped by the media room to discuss his work, the passion he has for working with children and families, and his presentation on Gender Variant Youth for the conference. 

 

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The National Council for Behavioral Health: CEO and President Linda Rosenberg

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Our guest on this edition of Mental Health News Radio needs no introduction. Linda Rosenberg is the CEO and President of The National Council for Behavioral Health. We are honored she was able to take time out of her busy schedule to speak with us a few days before the biggest event in Behavioral Health, the council’s annual conference. Our show is known for authentic conversations with incredible human beings. Linda’s passion for Behavioral Health shines through in every statement she makes. She is also extremely funny, real, and intelligent. We are certainly thankful her leadership is at the forefront of our favorite sector of healthcare: Behavioral Health.
 
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What’s Your Problem: You or Your Behavioral Health EHR?

mhnr-soundbitesJoin Scott Lloyd, President of MTM Services, for a live sound bite from National Council for Behavioral Health’s annual conference. Scott and our CEO, Kristin Walker, presented for council attendees about the growing changes, frustrations, and “gotchas” when it comes to Behavioral Health EHR technology. The session was outstanding and attended by EHR vendors, as well, as clinicians and agency directors. New requirements for integrated care will need to be adopted by EHR vendors with credentials, appropriate staff levels, browser-based technology, and responsible spending on development of their products – not just on sales and marketing. Organizations that provide services to our mental health population and EHR vendors are going to need help finding and creating new solutions as we move at light speed towards primary care integration. 

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