Agenda for 2018 Detroit, MI

Preliminary Program – Subject to Change – Check Back for Additional Information and Updates
Summer Conference Sponsors & Exhibitors   confreg download button plai
     
Credible   Exhibitor   www.credibleinc.com
DATIS   Exhibitor   www.datis.com
Genoa Healthcare   Reception & Dinner Sponsor & Exhibitor   www.genoahealthcare.com
Genoa Telepsychiatry   Exhibitor   www.genoatelepsychiatry.com
Iris Telehealth   Exhibitor   www.iristelehealth.com
Janssen Pharmaceuticals
  Exhibitor   www.janssen.com/us
Martyn Family Foundation   Education Sponsor   www.martynfoundation.org
MHRRG/Negley Associates   Thursday Reception Sponsor & Exhibitor   www.mhrrg.com
Netsmart   Exhibitor   www.ntst.com
PharmBlue   Exhibitor   www.pharmblue.com
Qualifacts Systems, Inc.   WiFi Sponsor & Exhibitor   www.qualifacts.com
Relias   Exhibitor   www.relias.com
Streamline Healthcare Solutions   Orientation Luncheon Sponsor & Exhibitor   www.streamlinehealthcare.com
TenEleven Group   Exhibitor   www.10e11.com
Valant
  Opening Reception Sponsor & Exhibitor   www.valant.com
 
Tuesday, August 14

1:30 - 5 pm

 Innovation Incubator

Innovation Incubator

Presented by: Henry Ford Health System Division Head, Academic Internal Medicine, Dr. David Willens, Senior Staff Psychologist Dr. Erin Tobin, and Emergency Medicine Health Psychologist Jennifer Peltzer-Jones; University of Michigan Associate Professor Paul N. Pfeiffer, and Afia, Inc. Co-founder Jeremy Nelson

Brief presentations followed by facilitated group discussion on timely topics including a health system perspective on behavioral health integration with primary care and incorporating outcomes in QM for depression.

5 - 6:30 pm

 Welcome Reception
 Sponsored by: Valant

All attendees and their travel companions are invited to join us for drinks and hors d’oeuvres.

Wednesday, August 15

7:30 am

 Registration & Continental Breakfast

8:30 - 10 am  Welcome & General Session

Build a Workplace People Love - Just Add Joy!

Presented by: Menlo Innovations CEO Rich Sheridan

Learn how to create an intentional team culture focused on the business value of joy and unleash the human energy and the results you always knew were possible.

10 am

 Morning Break

10:30 - Noon
 General Session (continued)

The Role of Peer Support Specialists in Suicide Prevention

Presented by: University of Michigan Associate Professor Paul N. Pfeiffer and peer support specialists

Learn how peer support is being integrated into suicide prevention and hear the current evidence on intervention outcomes.

Noon - 1:30 pm

 Lunch On Your Own
 Orientation Luncheon
(invitation only)
 Sponsored by:  Streamline Healthcare Solutions

 1:30 - 5 pm  Field Trip - Site Visit and Plant Tour

Tour Piquette Square for Veterans, a model for veteran housing, followed by the Ford Piquette Avenue Plant, birthplace of the Model T and one of the world’s most significant industrial buildings. Piquette Square for Veterans provides permanent supportive housing for 150 formerly homeless veterans. It is one of the largest facilities of its kind in the nation and has been called the “gold standard” of helping veterans rebuild their lives and reintegrate into the community.

 1:30 - 3 pm

 Breakout Sessions

Ideas to Dashboards

Presented by: Macomb County CMH Services & Afia

Clinical, quality and information systems departments will share how they changed the data culture within their organization, rebuilt the organization’s data warehouse, redesigned the reporting system and implemented user-friendly dashboards to support data-driven decision making and improved outcomes.


Run the Experiment

Presented by: Menlo Innovations CEO Rich Sheridan

Join us for a discussion on creating an environment where people feel comfortable running experiments to improve their culture and how to know when its time to iterate or end an experiment and start a new one. We will also discuss how to inspire teams to embrace change in their work.

 3 pm

 Afternoon Break

 3:30 - 5 pm

 Breakout Sessions

A Community Response to Inpatient Psychiatric Crises

Presented by: Detroit Wayne MHA Director of Integrated Health Care Julia Kyle, Henry Ford Health System Senior Staff Psychologist Jennifer Peltzer-Jones and Mary Miles from the Detroit Medical CenterPresented by: Detroit Wayne MHA Director of Integrated Health Care Julia Kyle, Henry Ford Health System Senior Staff Psychologist Jennifer Peltzer-Jones and Mary Miles from the Detroit Medical Center

Learn about how a group of competing hospital systems in the Detroit Metro area partnered with the Detroit Wayne Mental Health Authority to resolve the community crisis of inpatient psychiatric needs. Hear about the Hospital liaison workgroup they created, how they use data to make decisions, and how they put aside the competitive nature of their businesses to serve most vulnerable in the community.


TBD

5:30 - 8:30 pm

  Reception & Banquet
  Sponsored by: Genoa Healthcare 

All attendees and their travel companions are invited to join us for drinks, hors d’oeuvres and a buffet dinner.

Thursday, August 16

 7:30 am - 8:30 am

 Registration & Continental Breakfast

 8:30 - 10 am

 General Session

mhca Talks - Made in Michigan!

Presented by: Southwest Solutions, Hope Network and Sacred Heart Rehabilitation Center

Hear about six innovative programs/services developed and delivered by Michigan mhca members and get inspired to take some of these new ideas home!

 10 am

 Morning Break

 10:30 am - Noon

 General Session (continues)

Collective Impact - A Framework for Community Change

Presented by: Tamarack Learning Centre Co-CEO Liz Weaver

Learn about the Collective Impact framework and hear how it is being applied to efforts focused on transforming behavioral health issues, supporting individuals with developmental disabilities and other community change efforts.

 

 Noon - 1:30 pm

 Lunch on Your Own

 1:30 - 3 pm

 Breakout Sessions

Why Projects Fail - Managing Complex Change

Presented by: Afia, Inc. Managing Partner Matt Hoffman

This presentation will explore why so many organizational change efforts end in failure and introduce an adaptive model for successfully leading and managing complex change within your organization. Using real-life examples, we will suggest the competencies that are needed to properly lead and manage change, creating a framework to ensure success in any major project or initiative that you will undertake in the future.


Collective Impact as a Framework for Creating Neighborhoods of Opportunity

Presented by: Southwest Solutions

Believing that health of place is critical to the health of individuals, Southwest Solutions has employed a Collective Impact framework to develop a holistic approach to neighborhood revitalization. They have linked programs from Southwest Counseling Solutions, Southwest Housing Solutions, and Southwest Economic Solutions to address entrenched social problems in Detroit’s neighborhoods.

 3 pm

 Afternoon Break

 3:30 - 5 pm

 Breakout Session

Insights into Behavioral Health Marketing

Presented by: Hope Network

A discussion of innovative marketing strategies and best practices.

 3:30 - 5 pm

 mhca Board of Directors Meeting
 Chair: Rick Doucet MA

 5 - 6:30 pm

 Reception
 
Sponsorship Available!

Closing Reception

Sponsored by: MHRRG/Negley

All attendees and their travel companions are invited to join us for drinks and hors d’oeuvres.

Friday, August 17
  8 am - 12 pm  MHRRG Board of Directors Meeting
 Chair:  Margarita Labarta PhD
 

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