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Addressing the Opioid Crisis

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Integrating Mental Health in Primary Care, Treating Substance Use Disorder and Implementing Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)

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Addressing the Opioid Crisis

  1. 1. Addressing the Opioid Crisis: Integrating Mental Health in Primary Care, Treating Substance Use Disorder and Implementing Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) 1
  2. 2. CHC Locations in Connecticut CHC Profile:  Founding year: 1972  Staff: 1,000  Patients/year: 100,000 2
  3. 3. 3 The Weitzman Institute works to improve primary care and its delivery to medically underserved and special populations through research, innovation, and the education and training of health professionals. Weitzman Institute 3
  4. 4. 4 The Center for Key Populations is the first center of its kind that focuses on key groups who experience health disparities secondary to stigma and discrimination and who belong to communities that have suffered many barriers to healthcare. The Center brings together healthcare, training, research, and advocacy for: People who use drugs, the LGB and Transgender populations, the homeless and those experiencing housing instability, the recently incarcerated, and sex workers. HIV Primary Care & Testing Hepatitis C Screening and Treatment Medication Assisted Treatment for Substance Use Disorders Health Care for the Homeless LGBTQ-focused Health Care Community Drop- In Center HIV PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis and PEP Post-Exposure Prophylaxis) Sexually Transmitted Infections CENTER FOR KEY POPULATIONS — Reimagining Primary Care 4
  5. 5. 5 Addressing the National Opioid Crisis Weitzman Institute Learning Academy 5
  6. 6. 66  Learning Academy One  Learning Academy Two  Learning Academy Three  Addiction 101  Weitzman ECHO Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)  Customized Consultation Learning Academy Offerings
  7. 7. Learning Academy One Key Element Date Format Description Who Should Attend Learning Academy One 10/23/18 2 Hour Webinar Getting Started:  Identifying, training, credentialing, and optimizing the role of MAT prescribers  Assessing adequate access for patients and provider and agency capacity  Allocating resources  Establishing a successful model of care  Medical and Behavioral Health Prescribers  Leaders  Credentialing  Operational Staff  Decisions Makers 7
  8. 8. Learning Academy Two Key Element Date Format Description Who Should Attend Learning Academy Two 10/30/18 2 Hour Webinar Implementing Team-Based Care  The TBC model  Integration of BH/SA  Optimizing roles of team  Workflow and operations integration  Roles to consider adding:  Recovery Care Coordinators  CADC/LADC  Community Health Workers  Medical and Behavioral Health Providers  Nursing  Medical Assistants  Care Coordinators  Patient Navigators 8
  9. 9. Learning Academy Three Key Element Date Format Description Who Should Attend Learning Academy Three 11/13/18 2 Hour Webinar Process/Protocol/Workflow  Development of formal process and protocol for MAT program including:  New patient registration  Risk management  Discharge  Patient contracts  High level training on quality management tools and their organizational implementation  Model for evaluation of MAT Program  Clinical Chiefs of Medicine  Nursing  Operational Leaders 9
  10. 10. Addiction 101 Curriculum Key Element Date Format Description Who Should Attend Addiction 101 Curriculum 1/1/19 Thru 4/1/19 Series of four Webinars Addiction 101 Curriculum Includes:  Disease Model of Addiction  Motivational Interviewing  Trauma Informed Care  Integration of BH  Cultural Transformation in Organizations  Quality Management Basics  Leaders  Medical and Behavioral Health Clinical Staff  Front Desk Staff  Prescribers 10
  11. 11. Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Key Element Date Format Description Who Should Attend Weitzman ECHO Medication Assisted Treatment Starting 11/18 1 year membership in monthly video-based learning collaborative  Monthly participation in on-going training for primary care and behavioral health providers via video conference  Project ECHO will consist of part didactic and part case presentation with expert recommendations  Become practice partners with a team of agencies to deepen knowledge and understanding of MAT services and coordination through case presentation and interactive sessions  Senior Leaders  Medical and Behavioral Health  Front Line Care Teams 11
  12. 12. Key Element Date Format Description Customized Consultation Model Starting 11/1/18 Customized Consultation Model tailored to the needs of the individual organization Individual Organizational Plan can include any or all of the components listed  Site visit to CHCI for demonstration of TBC model and training  Site visit by CHCI to individual organizations for needs assessment, strategic planning, and training  Weekly or Monthly Coach— Mentor Calls Customized Consultation 12
  13. 13. 13 Pricing is per organization, not per person Learning Academy One…$300 Learning Academy Two…$300 Learning Academy Three…$300 Pricing
  14. 14. 14 Pricing is per organization, not per person Pricing Addiction 101 A Series of Four Webinars $750
  15. 15. 15 Pricing is per organization, not per person Pricing Learning Academy Bundle 1, 2, 3 $750 Learning Academy Bundle 1, 2, 3 plus Addiction 101 $1,200
  16. 16. 16 Pricing is per organization, not per person Pricing Weitzman ECHO Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) $7,000 – For One Year
  17. 17. 17 Pricing is per organization, not per person Pricing Customized Consultation Pricing based on guidance required
  18. 18. Mary Blankson, CNO,DNP, APRN Daniel Bryant, MSEd, LPC, CCTP Veena Channamsetty, MD Margaret Flinter, APRN, PhD, c-FNP, FAAN, FAANP Marwan Haddad, MD, MPH, AAHIVS 18 Presenters
  19. 19. Thank you. For more information, please contact: opioidcrisis@chc1.com (860) 852-0828 19

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