The Role of Technology in Solving the Opioid Crisis Opioid Crisis Update

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The Role of Technology in Solving the Opioid Crisis
Opioid Crisis Update: Where Are We Now?
Date:Wednesday, November 7, 2018
Time:2:00 p.m. ET
Duration:  1 hour

It’s been about one year after a State of Emergency was declared and the Opioid Commission issued its recommendations. Where are we now?

 

Join us to discuss the state of the opioid epidemic in healthcare, including what progress has been made since the commission report release and declaration of federal State of Emergency. Tom Hill, MSW, VP of Practice Improvement at the National Council for Behavioral Health will moderate a discussion with clinical experts about the current state of healthcare as it pertains to moving the needle on the opioid epidemic.

 

We will address the following issues:
  • Where should healthcare providers, health systems, health plans and payers go from here?
  • How can providers work differently and perform better in prevention and substance use treatment?
  • What’s the role of medication-assisted treatment (MAT)?
  • How can the newest digital tools impact self-reported opioid use, quality of life and health outcomes? 
  • What is the role of research in shaping technology to help manage healthcare crises? 
  • How can providers best address chronic pain and other behavioral health comorbidities with the best clinical and cost outcomes?
  • What role can predictive modeling play to ensure good opioid stewardship, reduced risk and prevention of dependence?

 

Please note: this webinar is a free event, and no CEUs or certificates of participation are provided. All registrants will receive a copy of the recorded webinar and slides if you cannot attend the live event.

Register Here for this FREE Live Webinar 

 

 

September is Recovery Month and this year’s theme highlights how integrated health, community, leadership and a sense of purpose contribute to the recovery from mental illness and substance use disorders.

 

Relias is hosting a webinar series on topics related to substance use recovery, opioid treatment and how to improve and innovate our approach to treatment and recovery.

 

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Tom Hill, MSW
Vice President of Practice Improvement
National Council for Behavioral Health

Prior to his appointment at National Council, he was a Senior Associate at Altarum Institute, serving as Technical Assistance Director for a number of SAMHSA treatment and recovery support grant initiatives. He also served for four years as Director of Programs at Faces & Voices of Recovery. Tom has also served on numerous Boards of Directors, advisory boards, committees, and task force/working groups.

 

 

Abigail Hirsch, PhD
Chief Clinical Officer
myStrength

Abigail specializes in the integration of clinical psychology, data analytics and educational design. Recent projects have focused on applying these interests to the creation of  behavioral health products. Prior to joining the myStrength team, Abigail was the principal investigator on a $2.5 million federal Department of Health and Human Services grant to build an innovative and effective  marriage education product called “Power of Two .”

 

 

Carol Clayton, PhD
Translational Neuroscientist
Relias

Dr. Clayton is a licensed, practicing psychologist with 30 years of healthcare experience in the public and private sector, including non-profit and private practice work. Before joining Relias, she served as the CEO of Care Management Technologies, a health IT data analytics company recently acquired by Relias. She also served as the Executive Director for Magellan Health Services in North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Georgia.

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