2019 Integrated Behavioral Health Summit
This is a free event. Register below for Monday, Tuesday or both days.
10 continuing education credit hours have been approved for physicians, pharmacists, nurses, social workers, psychologists, physician assistants, and dentists. 10 interprofessional continuing education (IPCE) credits are also approved. Please visit the Montana Healthcare Foundation's event page for additional details including the agenda, speakers, continuing education and accommodations.
Monday, Sept. 23 from 2-6 pm, Clinical Intensive Session for Behavioral Health Clinicians
Ideal attendees: all behavioral health clinicians, paraprofessionals and others working in integrated settings (or those interested in doing so) including: dentists, RNs, CNAs, nurse practitioners and other APRNs, pharmacists, physicians, physician assistants, psychologists, social workers, professional counselors, therapists, addiction counselors and behavioral health peer support specialists.
Content: designed explicitly for behavioral health staff working in integrated settings (or those interested in doing so) who want to learn specific evidence-based practices that can be used to improve patient outcomes. Attendees will train on teaching, practicing and documenting these interventions.
This session will use didactics and role play practice to reinforce use and integration of brief evidence-based interventions and collaborative documentation skills for providers in primary care.
Tuesday, Sept. 24 from 8:15 am - 4:45 pm, 2019 Integrated Behavioral Health Summit
Ideal attendees: all professionals in healthcare and public health. Ideal for entire staff teams and organizations including administrators, clinicians, coders, counselors, health care executives, nurses, payers, paraprofessionals, therapists and advocates.
Content: Keynotes, panels and organizations will discuss implementing an integrated system of care in diverse settings with robust Q&A, facilitated assistance and free lunch.
The 2019 Integrated Behavioral Health Summit is hosted by the Montana Healthcare Foundation and the Montana State University Office of Rural Health and Area Health Education Center.
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