Institute Overview

Even before the 2016 presidential election, executives in the health and human service field had to face their fair share of uncertainty. More Medicaid managed care, the continued growth of value-based reimbursement models across all payers, a renewed focus on the social determinants of health, the emergence of new technologies, and the expansion of care coordination and integration initiatives – and we can only expect to see more system change in the years to come.

But there are some trends in the health and human service space that have staying power – some tried and true management and clinical best practices that that will help to position your organization for success while new business models demand new management practices.  Centered on the market changes shaping the care delivery system for complex consumers, this can’t-miss event is focused on the clinical and management best practices that have become the ‘must have’ competencies for success in a changing health and human landscape.

Join 300+ executives, thought leaders, industry experts, and program innovators from across the country for an information-packed two days focused on the management best practices and clinical treatment tools executives need to improve the service delivery system for consumers with complex conditions.

Dennis Freeman, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer, Cherokee Health Systems; Dan Fishbein, Ph.D., Vice President for Corporate Business Development, Jefferson Center for Mental Health; Ken Bachrach, Ph.D., Clinical Director, Tarzana Treatment Centers; and Monica Oss, Chief Executive Officer, OPEN MINDS discuss the challenges of primary care integration at The 2016 OPEN MINDS Management Best Practices Institute.