Legislative & Policy Conference Presentations

2017 NACBHDD Legislative & Policy Conference Presentations

Dr. Ron Manderscheid, NACBHDD Executive Director

Population Health Management Strategies for Prevention and Promotion (click here to request a copy)

Angela Beck, University of Michigan, School of Public Health, Behavioral Health Workforce Research Center
Addressing the Human Resources Crisis

Barbara Seatter
Certified Community Behavioral Health Center Demonstration Project

Dale Jarvis, Dale Jarvis & Associates, LLC
Update on the New Trump Administration and the Implications for the New Safety Net Healthcare System
(click here to request a copy)

Dan Ohler, Optum
Expanding Initiatives of Managed Care Entities

Hadi Sedigh, NACo
“A Prescription for Action” Overview (click here to request a copy)

Harvey Rosenthal, New York Association of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services
Peer Support: Fostering Hope, Recovery, Purpose and Community

Jennifer Bronson, United States Department of Justice
An Overview of the Bureau of Justice Statistics’ Current Mental Health Data and Activities

Kana Enomoto, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
SAMHSA and Counties Partnering Together (click here to request a copy)

Kirsten Barlow & Alfredo Aguirre, County Behavioral Health Directors Association California
California’s Mental Health Services Act: How California Did It & Lessons Learned So Far (click here to request a copy)

Leslie Schwalbe, Optum
Impacting Change for People with Mental Illness and Substance Use Conditions

Lindsey Browning, National Association of Medicaid Directors
Medicaid Developments in the Dynamic Policy Environment

Mitch Anderson, Benton County, Oregon
Care Integration in Oregon (click here to request a copy)

Patricia Ryan, Harbage Consulting
Update on Whole Person Care Pilots: California

Paul Mackie, Professor, Minnesota State University, & NARMH President
Behavioral Health Human Resource Crisis: Rural Responses

Serena Lowe, Administration for Community Living
Update on Federal HCBS Activities (click here to request a copy)

Stephanie Welch, The Council on Mentally Ill Offenders
Building Bridges to Prevent Incarceration


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