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Services designed for individuals with behavioral health needs may lack expertise and skills to support individuals as they age. Likewise, services designed for older adults may lack knowledge and expertise in behavioral health. This project was designed to bridge the gap between those systems of care.

LifeSpan Network and The Beacon Institute have launched the Executive Leadership Institute (ELI), a series of courses designed to address issues for current and emerging leaders in the senior services fields.  Learn more about how you can benefit from this training.  

The new Medicare Patient Driven Payment Model (PDPM) begins October 1, 2019.  The Beacon Institute will hold a 2-part PDPM Bootcamp, offering a full day in-person or  live stream workshop, followed by a 14-part deep-dive live webinar series to address critical information your interdisciplinary team will need to know.  Learn more or register.

 

 

 

The Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) is coming to the District of Columbia.  The Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF) will hold a pre-solicitation conference to answer questions from interested providers before the release of the Request for Proposals.  Learn how you can participate.

Recent events are changing the notion that hospice and homecare do not have a role in emergency preparedness.  Read on to learn about their evolving role. 

Have you ever considered how copyright law applies when movies are shown within your community? Probably not, but you should.  Read more to find out how you may be at risk.  

 

Secretary Robert Neall has announced the appointment of Dr. Howard Haft as the new executive director for the Maryland Primary Care Program (MDPCP) and Fran Phillips as the new deputy secretary for Public Health Services.  For more information, click here

The new five-year contract for an innovative healthcare provider payment system is expected to save $1 billion, lower costs, and improve quality for consumers.  Learn more about this unique and innovative model here.   

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced the agency’s first Data Element Library (DEL), a free database that supports the exchange of electronic health information. Learn more about this resource from CMS.  

 

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