Upcoming WEBINAR Series
Financial Savviness for the BCH: Practical Strategies and Tips
May 23, 2019 - 2 PM PST
Mary Jean Mork, Vice President of Integrated Programming brings over 40 years of experience working in mental health to integration. Her team has developed integrated behavioral programming across Maine Health system, expanding a handful of clinicians and practices to a program that now has over 60 clinicians working in more than 70 primary care and specialty medical practices across the health system. She has presented on behavioral health integration at state and national conferences, consulted with agencies on program development and reimbursement. She has a special interest in clinical program development, psychiatry – primary care links, and financial sustainability for the integrated model.
Our guest speaker Ms. Mork will present practical tips and strategies for the growing BHC community. She will focus on developing strategic and targeted skills to improve BHC knowledge on finances and improve billing practices. This presentation is geared towards all audiences from students interested in the world of BHC work to practicing professionals who may have lingering financial questions about how to improve their consultation practice.
Goals and Objectives:
Participants will be able to:
- Delineate the basic rules and regulations that guide fee for service billing and coding for integrated behavioral health and identify key resources for ongoing support
- Describe how the documentation ties to service delivery and to the billing and coding rules
- Identify some of the alternative methods of reimbursement or of calculating “value” beyond basic fee for service billing
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