EXECUTIVE WEB BRIEFING ON-DEMAND: The Excellence In Mental Health Act & The CCBHC Process

The Excellence in Mental Health Act (EMHA) is comprehensive legislation written specifically for the behavioral health care industry. Learn why the #CCBHC is relevant even if you’re in one of the other 42 states.

The spirit of the act provides a renewed focus on the quality of delivery and person-centered care. Health care professionals must understand that the quality objectives in the EMHA are not a directive on how to provide care, but rather benchmarks designed to support a facility’s ability to provide every client a standard of care regardless of his or her circumstance.

Access this Executive Web Briefing On-Demand as the Echo Group’s Senior Knowledge Engineer, Suki Norris offers an information packed web briefing that will explore the opportunities within the EMHA.

During this session, Ms. Norris will also provide a practical framework using the CCBHC process to realize the opportunities available through the EHMA. This session will also review the organizational and technological infrastructure necessary to leverage opportunities in CCBHCs.

Executive Web Briefing On Demand:The Excellence In Mental Health Act & The Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) Process

Agenda

    During this 90-minute executive web briefing, you’ll:

  • Understand the Excellence in Mental Health Act and CCBHCs
  • Identify the organizational and technological infrastructure required to leverage opportunities in CCBHCs
  • Examine opportunities within the Excellence in Mental Health Act and how to leverage them

Suki Norris, Senior Knowledge Engineer, The Echo Group — Suki is celebrating 20 years with the Echo Group and has more than 35 years of experience in healthcare including healthcare law, managed care and behavioral health. Suki has extensive experience with Medicaid waivers, meaningful use, and the Excellence in Mental Health Act. She has worked extensively in data analysis, including analysis of big data in support of clients and ongoing research. Her knowledge of behavioral health law has been sought by customers across the country as they address specific needs such as electronic health record (HIE) implementation and the challenges of HIE.

Suki received her Bachelor’s Degree in economics from Mills College and her Juris Doctor degree from Golden Gate University.


CCBHC expert Suki Norris

Echo’s Senior Knowledge Engineer, Suki Norris

The Echo Group develops enterprise software applications that are designed specifically for and used by hundreds of behavioral health organizations nationwide.

Echo offers a suite of applications for administrative, clinical electronic health records and billing functions as well as software for managed care organizations which can be deployed as self-hosted or Software as a Service (SaaS).

Echo also offers Revenue Cycle Management, Information Technology support and Fiscal and Clinical Process Workflow Analysis.
Privately held since 1980, The Echo Group is headquartered in Conway, New Hampshire with additional offices in Ohio and California.