Pre-Conference Workshop

Behavioral Health at the Intersection of Health and Human Services

+ Sunday, October 29 | 1 to 5pm
+ Fairmont Chicago Millennium Park

Sunday, October 29
1 to 5pm
Fairmont Chicago Millennium Park

About the Pre-Conference

Healthcare has long been striving for integration and holistic care. At the same time, policy, regulation and payment structures continue to pull aspects of care into discrete silos. In a time when your zip code determines your health status, it is imperative for leaders to understand how to build systems that work collaboratively to address complex health needs. At HMA’s pre-conference, we will focus on the role of behavioral health as an intersection between health and human services and as the “glue” to serve complex needs. Behavioral health is a focal point for all levels of the system and a priority for legislators at the federal and state level. Access to care and the quality of behavioral health services is paramount to meeting need and reducing the total cost of care.

At HMA’s pre-conference, we will explore the following topics through interactive content and discussion.

Find out why behavioral health drives the cost of care, and how can it reduce costs for complex needs

Learn how the target population of behavioral health services is being redefined and how behavioral health connects systems of care for complex populations

Understand how states are re-thinking behavioral health system design

Find out how behavioral health networks are changing and what constitutes an effective provider network

Obtain a roadmap for redefining behavioral health quality to ultimately get to alternative payment models

Featured Speakers

Emily Bailey

Chief of Behavioral Health, MassHealth Office of Behavioral Health

Brian Bailys

CEO, Thrive Peer Recovery Services

Luke Bergman

Director, County of San Diego Behavioral Health Services

Marissa Eyanson

Director of Behavioral Health, Iowa Department of Health and Human Services

Kate Ginnis

Senior Policy Advisor, Center for Medicaid and CHIP Services

Lee Robinson, MD

Medical Director for Behavioral Health, MassHealth Office Of Behavioral Health

Karen Scott

CEO, Foundation for Opioid Response Efforts

Donna Lynn Taylor

Clinical Director, Behavioral Health Services, Healthfirst

Have Questions? Contact Us

(212) 575-5929

(212) 575-5929

For Group and Government Discount Pricing

Contact Carl Mercurio | [email protected] | (212) 575-5929

Transfers, Cancellations and Refunds Policy

Registrants may transfer their registration to another person at any time by notifying Gabby Palmieri ([email protected]) in writing. Cancellations must be made in writing to Lindsey Beck ([email protected]). Refunds minus a 20% service charge are available for cancellations received in writing 45 days or more prior to the start of the conference. No refunds are available thereafter.