BHCOE Virtual Academy
Welcome to our library of training videos for Behavioral Health centers, administrators and staff.
This tutorial will provide an overview of the new CPT codes and modified codes, possible valuation approaches payers may take; differences between the Category III and Category I CPT ABA codes; and information related to navigating various payer implementations of these codes.
Although supervision is extremely important for provision of high quality and effective services, specialized training for it lags way behind. For example, a supervisor’s primary means of improving their supervisee’s skills is through ongoing performance evaluation and feedback. However, most supervisors report that they feel uncomfortable giving corrective feedback. In this talk, I will provide practical tips for giving tough feedback.
An ABA provider’s reimbursement rates can make the difference between profitability and breaking-even – or even going out of business. Rates need to be negotiated so that a practice can remain profitable. An ABA provider’s reimbursement rate is rarely set up according to their ability, clinical quality or outcome. Learn about what you need to know to assess your market, approach the topic with funders, and leverage accreditation to help show your organization’s value to funders.
In this presentation, the presenter will describe recent studies that have evaluated ways to measure integrity and outcomes associated with reduced integrity, particularly in the assessment and intervention for behavioral excesses (such as the treatment of aggression) and deficits (such as the development of manding). Some recent work suggests that the measurement strategy used, type of intervention, and type of integrity failure interact to affect treatment outcome.
Do you want to Pay-For-Performance? The term refers to a strategic manner of compensating individuals within an organization based on how they perform. More and more organizations are moving towards pay for performance models to motivate and retain talent. But how does one go about implementing a pay for performance system?