Wed, 27 April 2016
"Coordinating Care: How Do I Direct the Needs of my MaineCare Members? A State Guide for Services and Resources" PCMH-HH Webinar 4_27_16
Overview of connections to services within MaineCare Services and with other State Agencies and resources for providers to incorporate in their day-to-day work with MaineCare members
Direct download: PCMH-HH_Webinar_4_27_16.mp3
Category:Health Care, Patient-Centered Medical Home, PCMH, Primary Care, NCQA, Community Care Teams -- posted at: 3:45pm EDT
Wed, 20 April 2016
A growing number of Maine primary care practices are responding proactively to Maine’s opioid crisis by establishing Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) programs for patients experiencing opioid use disorder.
Direct download: Establishing_Medication_Assisted_Treatment_-audio_only.m4a
Category:Health Care, Opioids, Medication Assisted Treatment -- posted at: 11:50am EDT
Fri, 15 April 2016
The Behavioral Health Home monthly webinar was held on Tuesday April 12th from 12:00-1:00pm and featured presenters Simonne Maline from the Consumer Council System of Maine and Elaine Ecker from NAMI Maine.
They took a deeper look into the Peer support specialist role and how they are pioneering their part of the Behavioral Health Homes team.
Direct download: BHH_Webinar_04-12-16.mp3
Category:Behavioral Health, Health Homes, Health Care, Mental Health -- posted at: 10:34am EDT
Thu, 14 April 2016
Please join us for the Chronic Pain Collaborative 2 (CPC2) webinar focused on the inclusion of patients and families in the management of chronic pain. Kelley Bowden, MS, RN of Maine CDC will provide an overview on Snuggle ME Guidelines for use when working with pregnant mothers and babies, and Karen Dawson, LSW of the PCHC CHAMP Clinic will provide an overview of the CHAMP program.
At the conclusion of the webinar, participants will be able to:
Direct download: Working_with_Pregnant_Mothers__Babies_-_An_Intro_to_Snuggle_ME.mp3
Category:Chronic Pain, Health Care, Maine Chronic Pain Collaborative, Primary Care, neonatal abstinence syndrome, opioid dependence -- posted at: 4:20pm EDT
Tue, 12 April 2016
St. Joseph Healthcare and Hope Rising, a branch of St. Andre Home, have partnered in a unique way to help address the varied needs of survivors of trafficking, and have taken a truly collaborative community approach to do so. Listen to learn more about their collaboration and consider how their model may apply to your efforts to serve special populations.
Direct download: Community_Approach-Survivors_of_Trafficking_audio_only.m4a
Category:Health Care, Community Approach, Special Populations, Trafficking Survivors -- posted at: 1:52pm EDT
Tue, 5 April 2016
The 2016 County Health Rankings provide detailed county-by-county reports on five factors that represent current health status and 30 factors known to impact future health outcomes. If harnessed correctly, these and other rankings can become powerful tools for shaping health improvement plans developed by states, municipalities and health systems. Join us for an overview of available health rankings and to learn how MaineHealth and the Maine Shared Health Needs Assessment and Planning Process are both putting rankings to work shaping and measuring health improvement goals.