AHA Members-Only Call

Cultural Impacts on Improving Behavioral Health Margins and Making the Parity Law Work for Patients and Providers
October 11, 3:00 ET

You are invited to join a group of your colleagues for a webinar and discussion. Richard Wohl, M.S.W, M.B.A., President and Marguerite Pedley, Ph.D., Vice President, Inpatient Services at Princeton House Behavioral Health, a division of The Princeton HealthCare System in Princeton, NJ, will describe the organizational culture and provide an overview of the processes and staff that have worked together to improve access to behavioral health services, in part by making sure all aspects of the Mental Health Parity law are fulfilled for their patients.

The speakers will present how they have established their culture—one key success factor being the creation of an organizational perspective, that doesn’t accept any denials as final. Participants will also hear about the structure used to improve margins and effectively implement the parity law – organized around the core functions of admission, registration, financial counselors and collections. The speakers will also describe the evolution of and outcomes of this initiative beyond a significant reduction in bad debt.

There will be time for you to ask questions and talk with the speakers about the program as well as share your own initiatives. To register, click here. An email with information on how to access the webinar will be sent to you on Monday, October 10th.



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