Transforming Behavioral Health Care in Oregon Through Information Technology Forum
Best Practices, Challenges and Lessons Learned
Don’t miss this interactive forum
- Get innovative ideas for using health information to improve care models
- Discuss best practices and lessons learned with your peers
- Give input that will help shape 21st century behavioral health transformation in Oregon
- Learn about new initiatives that will advance health information technology adoption in Oregon
Content for discussion
Learn how Reliance eHealth Collaborative (formerly Jefferson Health Information Exchange) and the Oregon Health Authority utilized Federal funding to become a national leader in advancing behavioral health information exchange. The work provides a model for others working to integrate behavioral health information, lessons learned, and best practices for future efforts. Topics include:
- Overcoming legal and policy challenges
- Developing and implementing a common consent model
- Debuting an informed consent consumer education video
- Using HIT/HIE to support value-based care within behavioral health settings
- Connecting with other entities such as the Veteran’s Administration and the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
Hear about the state’s HIT strategies for behavioral health and lessons learned from behavioral and physical health providers about the benefits of information exchange to enhance the patient experience, facilitate care coordination and create a learning health system in which health information and data is foundational to improving treatment approaches.
Who should attend?
- Leadership, clinicians and information technology professionals at Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Treatment provider organizations;
- Primary care, emergency providers, and social service organizations who support those in need of mental health and substance use treatment services;
- Coordinated Care Organization behavioral health teams and care coordinators; and
- Legal and Policy personnel who are responsible for managing the privacy and security of patient information under 42 CFR Part 2.
Mark your calendars!
Tuesday, July 25, 2017
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Salem Convention Center
200 Commercial St. SE
Salem, OR 97301
Register for the Forum! Deadline is July 17, 2017. Onsite registration for the Forum is permitted if space allows.
Priority will be given to registrants and organizations who provide direct behavioral and physical health care and social services.
Review the Agenda.
In an effort to include as many practices as possible, we request that an organization limit its attendees to five participants. If you wish to send more, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that if you register more than five individuals from your organization, based on space limitations we may ask you to further reduce your attendance if necessary.
Onsite registration is permitted if space allows.
Hotel rooms will be available at The Grand Hotel Salem, which is connected to the Salem Convention Center.
Call 877.540.7800 and reference Reliance Group. Rates start at $149 single + $159 double + taxes.
Support for the Behavioral Health Forum is provided by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT, Department of Health and Human Services, Grant 90IX0007/01-00.