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HAP Opioid LAN Office Hour Call with Dr. Judy Chertok—December 10, 2020 - Shared screen with speaker view
Marty Kenyon
21:16
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Kimberly London
23:38
Good Morning! Kimberly London, Clinical Supervisor of Gaudenzia Lower Bucks Detox & Rehab here. klondon@gaudenzia.org
Richard Gibbel
25:04
Morning all!, Richard Gibbel Employment Support Specialist with Pa Counseling in Lancaster, Pa.
June Caldwell
25:59
Good morning everyone! June Caldwell, clinical pharmacist from Cole Memorial Medical Group, division of UPMC Cole.
Catherine Abrams
31:06
I love the 'workout' metaphor!
Alan Cabin
33:55
Hi... Alan Cabin, CRS Supervisor of the Center of Excellence Program at Gateway Rehab in Pittsburgh
Alan Cabin
51:38
Do you ever refer to inpatient facilities for those who require a higher level of care?
Jacqueline O'Duor
52:41
i find it difficult to manage retention in care, which of course has worsened due to COVID. Also, getting people comfortable doing video groups.
Jacqueline O'Duor
54:44
HI Alan, we do refer to higher levels of care as needed. We "keep the doors open" for shifts in care. As a primary care BHC, I get to continue working with these patients. -Jacqueline O'Duor, BHC, Einstein Hospital Community Practice Center.
Stephen Iannacone
55:25
we refer people regularly to inpatient care and/or methadone treatment if we feel things are not working out - typically shared decision making
Alan Cabin
55:40
TY...
June Caldwell
55:56
Do you see a higher percentage of relapse with recently released incarcerated patients?
June Caldwell
01:00:24
TY
Nyann Biery
01:03:55
Alan, can you say more about state funding? We are looking to start CRS
Catherine Abrams
01:04:00
I'd love to see more access to funding for CRS services in primary care setting!
amanda mulenga
01:04:46
We work with CRS's very heavily in our organization. We truly appreciate the knowledge our CRS's are able to bring to our programs. Our patients have truly benefited from having CRS's as well
Jacqueline O'Duor
01:05:02
Agreed! We just got a CRS in our hospital's ED, his impact is impressive.
geoffrey neimark
01:06:57
CRS is billable through Medicaid. Reach out to your local BHMCO
Mike Krafick
01:08:18
I would also encourage anyone looking to add CRS services to their practice to reach out to the Single County Authority in your area.
Franca Dalibor1
01:09:45
The Geisinger Health Plan has CRSs available as part of their Behavioral Health benefit for individuals with SUD
Jean Bennett
01:10:57
https://store.samhsa.gov/sites/default/files/SAMHSA_Digital_Download/PEP20-02-01-006_508.pdf.
Jean Bennett
01:11:01
This Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) reviews the use of the three Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved medications used to treat OUD—methadone, naltrexone, and buprenorphine—and the other strategies and services needed to support recovery for people with OUD.
Catherine Abrams
01:11:25
There is an RFA from CMS for a demonstration project that some on this call might be eligible for. I am still trying to learn more about it but maybe others could benefit from it - https://innovation.cms.gov/innovation-models/value-in-treatment-demonstration