Improving Access to Mental Health Services: New Employer Solutions
This educational program qualifies for up to 3.5 hours of CEBS Compliance credit. Visit www.cebs.org/compliance for more information and to self-report credits.
Access to services for employees needing mental health and substance misuse help is a problem – we all know it.
So what can you do?
Hear what innovative employers are putting in place to create better access – and how top experts are approaching the issue.
Don’t miss this important morning, featuring a “who’s who” of influential speakers on:
- In-Network Access
- Mental Health Tech Platforms
- Substance Misuse Rehab
- Mental Health Medications
Wednesday, January 30, 2019
Breakfast & Networking
Welcome and Introductions
Expanding In-Network Access through Innovative Contracting
Charles Lattarulo, PhD
David Ginsberg, MD
Karim Habibi, FHFMA, MPH, MS
Access to in-network mental health services is a significant issue for most employers, especially in certain geographic regions. Hear about pilots two employers have started with a major NYC health system and learnings thus far.
Mental Health AI and Tech Innovation: Where Does It Fit?
Employers are implementing new technology platforms for everything from stress reduction to cognitive behavioral therapy. What gaps do they fill and what are the limitations and caveats employers need to be aware of?
Rehab for Substance Misuse: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
Timothy Brennan, MD
J. David Stiffler, MD
Treatment for substance misuse is complicated, and an area in which out-of-network claims are common. How can employers get employees and their family members to the right kind of help at the right type of facility?
Targeting Mental Health Medications via Genomics: Hope vs. Hype
Dan Iosifescu, MD
Todd Lencz, PhD
What role can genomics play in improving the effectiveness of mental health medications? What do employers need to know? A conversation with NEBGH’s Medical Director.