March 8 from 1-2 p.m. CT
Discover why a value-based approach is essential for improving consumer outcomes and ensuring organizational sustainability, especially in child and family services organizations. You'll learn the processes and tools your agency can implement to work more efficiently in the office and in the field, and collaborate more effectively with other organizations across the human services spectrum.
Value-based payment models continue to emerge as a focal point across the health care system, especially as they relate to integrated and whole-person care. Many community-based human services organizations, which are historically underfunded and overstrained, view the prospect of implementing transformational models of care and reimbursement as disconcerting and lots of work for little value. But the alternative is not participating in value-based models, which would render services unsustainable and obsolete.
Join Netsmart associate Gary Beckham, solutions strategist, to learn why a value-based approach is essential for improving consumer outcomes and ensuring organizational sustainability, especially in child and family services organizations.
You'll learn about the processes and tools caseworkers need to provide coordinated services, such as:
- The ability to collaborate with other providers and agencies across the human services spectrum
- Access to social services-specific assessments and workflows
- Cross-program sharing of best practices and benchmarks
Who Should Attend
- Program directors and executives: Learn about the tools your organization needs to remain sustainable in a changing market
- Program staff and managers: Learn processes you can implement to help improve outcomes through better collaboration within your organization/community and across other agencies/communities
Gary Beckham's 25 years of health and human services experience spans the child welfare, behavioral health, and intellectual and developmental disability communities. He has firsthand industry experience as a case worker, program manager, and director of quality management at several human services organizations. He is especially attuned to the unique needs of professionals in these communities. He has a strong understanding of the need to balance compliance requirements while providing services in a manner which is most beneficial to individuals served.
At Netsmart, Beckham is responsible for managing the product roadmap for myEvolv, including incorporation of user experience and community-specific enhancements such as functionality for foster care, kinship care, treatment foster care, and adoptions. He has been involved with the Family Based Treatment Association for over two decades-serving as a board member, vice president, and president during this time.
Direct questions to Ann Koerner, associate at the Alliance.