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Indian Health Care Providers series #1: Addressing Barriers and Highlighting Innovations in Telebehavioral Health

11:00am - September 17, 2020 | Timezone: US/Pacific
Collaborating TTC: Northwest MHTTC
Registration Deadline: September 17, 2020
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Indian Health Care Providers Series


This series is specifically for WA State and Region 10 Indian Health Care Providers, Tribal and Urban Indian Behavioral Health Program Providers


Please join the Northwest MHTTC and our Organizing Partners to provide the first of two webinars on Telebehavioral health

This event, Session 1, is an open engagement/discussion among participants focused on addressing barriers and highlighting innovations in telebehavioral health, e.g., identify barriers with the delivery of telehealth such as access to technology, privacy, issues with physical location and comfort for providers and clients; highlight innovations being explored and discuss the positive outcomes rising to the surface during this rapid onset of telehealth. 

Organizing Partners include the Behavioral Health Training, Workforce and Policy Innovation Center of the University of Washington's Behavioral Health Institute in partnership with the WA State Health Care Authority (HCA).  Key Tribal Partners include the Indian Health Service's Telebehavioral Health Center of Excellence (TBHCE), the American Indian Health Commission (AIHC) of Washington State and others.


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Partners & Presenters

 


Chris Fore, Ph.D, Director, IHS TeleBehavioral Health Center of Excellence at Indian Health Service

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Melody McKee, MS, SUDP, Program Director for the Behavioral Health Training, Workforce and Policy Innovation Center through Harborview Medical Center’s Behavioral Health Institute

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Cara Towle, MSN, RN, MA, Associate Director for Telepsychiatry at the University of Washington

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Kathryn Akeah and Jen Olsen, American Indian Health Commission
Mike Longnecker, Tribal Operations and Compliance Manager, WA HCA
Kristi Woodard, LICSW, Behavioral Health Consultant, Portland Area Indian Health Service (IHS)
Lucilla Mendoza, MSW, CPP Tribal Behavioral Health Administrator, Office of Tribal Affairs, WA HCA

 

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