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Quickly digestible, timely, practical advice and information in support of New York’s behavioral health providers as they serve the most vulnerable.

Quickly digestible, timely, practical advice and information in support of New York’s behavioral health providers as they serve the most vulnerable.

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United States

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Quickly digestible, timely, practical advice and information in support of New York’s behavioral health providers as they serve the most vulnerable.

Language:

English


Episodes

Episode 6: Promoting Equity through Leadership

6/19/2020
Today on Juneteenth, we talk about leaders - behavioral health, healthcare, any organizational leader--on how they can manifest the call to action on anti-racism. Laquisha Grant is a senior consultant at HMA, certified in Trauma-informed Care, who works to advance correctional health policy and cross sector service collaboration for people affected by mental illness and substance use. Heidi Arthur is a social worker and a Principal at HMA who focuses on improvements to the publicly funded...

Duration:00:21:48

Episode 5: Awakening in Health Equity & Racism

6/17/2020
In this episode, we talk about health equity amidst the protests that have erupted because of George Floyd's death and not just because of HIS death. This is a frank conversation about the culmination of a series of injustices that have been happening over time against black people and how this manifests in health care. Laquisha Grant, a senior consultant at HMA, certified in Trauma-informed Care, who works to advance correctional health policy and cross sector service collaboration for...

Duration:00:19:13

Episode 4: Grief

6/3/2020
In this episode, we join a conversation between HMA Principals Dr. Jeffrey Ring and Dr. Gina Lasky - nationally renowned clinical psychologists in culturally responsive healthcare and behavioral health. Health and behavioral healthcare providers in NY are experiencing an unprecedented volume of loss - clients and patients that they serve, colleagues, and their own families and friends. All New Yorkers are also experiencing a sudden loss of society as we knew it. This podcast is dedicated to...

Duration:00:16:41

Episode 3: Tech Innovation in Care Management

5/20/2020
In this episode, we join a conversation between Meggan Schilkie, HMA Managing Principal, and Joe Macrillo, Chief Financial Officer of Huther Doyle, a Health Home in Rochester, NY with 41 Care Management agencies. Joe talks about the implementation of an IT platform that eases the administrative burden on care managers so that they can focus on connecting their clients to needed services. Collaborative relationships are the primary drivers of Joe’s management style. Valuing all input...

Duration:00:16:40

Episode 2: Empathy Over the Phone

5/13/2020
In this episode, Annalisa Baker talks about engaging with clients with empathy over the phone, with HMA Principals Dr. Jeffrey Ring and Dr. Gina Lasky - nationally renowned clinical psychologists in culturally responsive healthcare and behavioral health. Behavioral health providers in New York right now are experiencing crises related to the clients they serve, and possibly within their own social and family circles. This conversation aims to help Behavioral Health service providers, care...

Duration:00:16:35

Episode 1: Benefits of Remote Induction of Buprenorphine

5/7/2020
In this episode, Annalisa Baker interviews Scott Haga, Principal at Health Management Associates, experienced medical provider and subject matter expert in the treatment of substance use disorders. He has provided addiction medicine services in the outpatient setting as well as inpatient addiction consultation services. Behavioral health providers in New York are experiencing a deluge of information around changes in telehealth practices related to the COVID-19 crisis. New Yorkers with...

Duration:00:17:39

Transitioning from Corrections to the Community

4/28/2020
The May 2018 episode of On the Horizon focuses on transitions from correctional facilities back to the community. A recent Pew report has estimated that at least 95% of individuals in state prisons eventually leave, and more than half a million of these individuals leave in a typical year. Many of these individuals have a chronic disease, and their successful re-entry into the community is dependent on a seamless healthcare transition. Additionally, with the Medicaid expansion in more than...

Duration:00:42:04