Integrating Value-Based Care into County Health and Justice Systems
Value-based care continues to shape services for individuals with behavioral health and substance use treatment needs. While the need to receive whole-person care is no different for a justice-involved individual, the organizational needs for county health and justice systems vary greatly from that of human services organizations.
Join us for a webinar presented by this panel of experts:
Tim DeWeese, Director, Johnson County Mental Health Center
Robert Sullivan, Director, Department of Corrections, Johnson County
Tom Stucke, Vice President and General Manager, Public Sector, Netsmart
This webinar will show you how your organization can develop a framework for integrating a value-based care model, ultimately reducing recidivism and improving individual outcomes. You’ll also hear about Johnson County’s experience in developing and implementing programs designed to effectively manage the behavioral health of their justice-involved population, as well as their experience participating in NACo’s Stepping Up initiative.
You’ll leave the webinar with steps you can take to implement value-based care and an understanding of how to:
Collect baseline data, track progress and analyze and report on individual outcomes
Support and manage transitions across jails, treatment and community programs
Stratify population views to assess recidivism risk and prioritize treatment needs
NOTE: The content of this webinar was developed and produced exclusively by one of NACo’s Premier Corporate Partners, Netsmart.