Webinar Projects

UPCOMING WEBINARS:

 Increasing Medicaid Utilization for OTPs: #4
Wednesday, March 29, 2017  – 12:30 pm EST to 2:00 PM

AATOD will produce a fourth Medicaid Webinar in our series that began in 2016. This webinar will be the first of several for 2017 and convenes on March 29th, 2017. The primary objective in producing this series is to increase the utilization of Medicaid and other third-party reimbursement for OTPs in the United States.

There will be three featured speakers for the webinar of March 29th,2017.

  • Paul Samuels (President – Legal Action Center) will lead the discussion in providing participants with a better understanding of how best to utilize third-party reimbursement in support of OTPs in the current financial era. Paul will certainly draw upon the lessons from his work with the Coalition for Whole Health.
  • The second speaker will be John Peloquin, who serves as the Division President of ACADIA Healthcare. John will discuss best models of working with Medicaid reimbursement in the states where ACADIA has sited its OTPs.
  • The third speaker will be Richard Weisskopf. He is the long-standing State Opioid Treatment Authority for Illinois. Richard will discuss the Illinois plan for developing Medicaid reimbursement opportunities for OTPs in the state.

The issue of providing Medicaid reimbursement and other third-party reimbursement mechanisms for patients seeking and receiving care in OTPs is one of the most critical policy topics for AATOD and is part of our Five-Year strategic plan.

Mark Parrino will be introducing the webinar and there will be ample time for questions and answers. Each of the three speakers will present for 20 minutes with a PowerPoint presentation. Please let us know if you have any questions about this approaching webinar opportunity. We are certain that you will find this webinar to be informative since all three speakers have excellent experience in this area.

 

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Increasing Medicaid Utilization for OTPs: #3
Wednesday, December 14, 2016 – 12:30 pm EST to 2:00 PM

Recording

AATOD will produce a third and final Medicaid webinar for 2016.  This is part of our webinar series to increase interest in utilizing Medicaid and other third party reimbursement where Opioid Treatment Programs exist in the United States.

As previously indicated, there is a much higher patient utilization of OTP services in states where Medicaid reimbursement mechanisms exists. At the present time, there are still 16 states that do not provide Medicaid reimbursement for OTPs in treating opioid use disorders. Georgia has implemented a Medicaid reimbursement program for eligible OTPs in their states and a number of other states are now considering these opportunities as well. There will be two featured speakers for the webinar on December 14, 2016.

 

  • Gabrielle de la Gueronniere (Director of Policy for the Legal Action Center) will lead the discussion in providing participants with a better understanding of how best to utilize third party reimbursement in support of OTPs.

 

  • The second speaker will be Linda Hurley who serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the CODAC treatment facilities in Rhode Island. Ms. Hurley will describe how her treatment program has worked to increase access to comprehensive services through a number of collaborative partnerships with other organizations successfully utilizing enhanced Medicaid reimbursement and other grant opportunities to achieve such results.

 

Without any question, the issue of providing Medicaid reimbursement and other third party reimbursement mechanisms for patients seeking and receiving care in OTPs is one of the most critical policy topics of this time.

Mark Parrino will be introducing the webinar and they will be ample time for questions and answers. Each of the two speakers will present for 20 minutes with a PowerPoint presentation. Please let us know if you have any questions about this approaching webinar opportunity. We are certain that you will find this webinar to be informative since all three speakers have valuable insight and experience.

 

PAST WEBINARS:

Increasing Medicaid Utilization for OTPs

SAMHSA Extranet Webinar Series The primary purpose of these webinars was to encourage Opioid Treatment Programs (OTPs) throughout the United States to utilize SAMSHA’s Web-based OTP Extranet system when submitting patient exception requests through SAMHSA’s regulatory oversight process.

 

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