Self-Paced Course

Are you ready to integrate primary care services into your behavioral health practice? You’ll need to have agency-wide buy-in for integrated care, and a solid plan that outlines the need, benefits and capacity of your agency to add these services. 

Using the Behavioral Health Integration Capacity Assessment (BHICA) as a guide, this course will help you to start building a blueprint for how integrated care can work for your organization. Whether you will be contracting with a local health center or bringing on primary care staff of your own, you’ll first want to assess what services would offer the most value to your customers and analyze every aspect of your infrastructure’s ability to accommodate these new services and supports. This course will also outline different models of integrated care and describe the elements of a financially sustainable plan.

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


Certificate of Completion Available

CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION

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Self-Paced Course

This course takes you through a process of considering various business models from shared administrative services agreements through full mergers of two or more organizations.

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

NAADAC

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Self-Paced Course

Designed specifically for SSAs and other state-level payers of addiction treatment services, Sustaining SUD Services for Safety Net Populations, will give you the critical information you need to gauge your safety net system’s ability to thrive in an integrated care environment—where reimbursement is tied to outcomes and data is key to decision-making.
Sustaining SUD Services for Safety Net Populations is free, online, and self-paced. In as little as 90 minutes, you’ll:

  • Conduct a state needs assessment
  • Develop a state implementation plan for addressing those needs, using the Advancing Recovery framework for systems change
  • Create a list of critical stakeholders who can help address the gaps
  • Design a high-level process map

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

This course offers training in change management and designing a business model to take advantage of new reimbursement options such as partnering with community agencies, primary care, or new payer networks.

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



6.0 hours continuing education credit available

NAADAC

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Self-Paced Course

Eligibility and Enrollment will support providers in creating or enhancing eligibility determination and health plan enrollment processes to improve access to care and increase potential revenue.

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




6.5 hours continuing education credit available

NAADAC

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