Self-Paced Course

Behavioral health care organizations collect a lot of data – on staff productivity, service recipient health outcomes, reimbursement rates, budgets and more – but do not always effectively use this data to make informed business decisions. Integrating data into your decision-making process when planning and enhancing your operations means learning how to accurately collect, catalog and communicate data. This course offers strategies for how to map out your data needs, create a data-driven culture and connect outcomes to organizational goals.

This course has been funded by SAMHSA and is administered by the National Council, in collaboration with NIATx and AHP.


3.0 hours continuing education credit available

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Self-Paced Course

Develop or improve skills to ensure that you can adapt quickly to a changing healthcare environment and help your business thrive. Complete a new business model with a work plan for implementation; determine whether your business idea is feasible; undertake a planning process to develop a new idea from concept through implementation; select an opportunity to pursue, and a plan for implementing it.

This course has been funded by SAMHSA and is administered by the National Council, in collaboration with NIATx and AHP.


3.0 hours continuing education credit available

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Self-Paced Course

The Strategic Business Decision Making course is part of a SAMHSA-funded initiative called BHbusiness Plus, which is a virtual program of training, technical assistance and resources, designed to help behavioral health executives and their team members identify and implement necessary business changes to survive and thrive in the new healthcare marketplace. This course is designed for providers who want to increase their knowledge of business structure and key business strategies in order to thrive in a changing environment.

This course has been funded by SAMHSA and is administered by the National Council, in collaboration with NIATx, and AHP.

2.0 hours continuing education credit available

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Self-Paced Course

Technologies are proliferating in the blink of an eye. Getting caught up in the saturation is an important step for successful adoption. This course will give you an overview of information technologies used in healthcare to improve customer outcomes. Discover which technology you might be interested in in adopting, assess your organization’s HIT implementation readiness, identify gaps and learn ways to improve your planning for implementation. Create a workflow analysis for a minimum of one process that will change due to the HIT integration into your organization’s workflow. Explore options for financing and articulating the business case for implementation.

This course has been funded by SAMHSA and is administered by the National Council, in collaboration with NIATx, and AHP.

4.0 hours continuing education credit available

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Self-Paced Course

Effective marketing helps to get new people to access your services, potential partners to understand what you do and community members to appreciate the value you bring to your region. This course explores the critical components of a marketing plan and offers strategies for conducting market research, building your own plan, communicating your value to your target audience and evaluating the success of your marketing efforts.

This course has been funded by SAMHSA and is administered by the National Council, in collaboration with NIATx and AHP.


2.0 hours continuing education credit available

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