National Behavioral Health Information Management Conference and Exposition


17th Annual National Behavioral Health Information Management Conference and Exposition

Addressing the Needs of Mental Health, Alcohol, and Other Drug Programs

Sheraton Carlsbad Conference Center, Carlsbad, California

The Preliminary Program is available for the 17th Annual National Behavioral Health Information Management Conference & Exposition.

Download Preliminary Program

Highlights from the Preliminary Program include:
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
General Session Keynotes

  • Forecasting the future: How to prepare for new value-based models of care from the federal Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services
  • Improving care coordination between primary and behavioral health care services: Opportunities and challenges
  • Consumer-driven use of technologies to enhance treatment and recovery: Mobile devices and portals to support use of social media, texting, apps, bots and more

Thursday, April 27, 2017
General Session Keynotes

  • SAMHSA enacts the first Revise of 42CFR.2: A look at the new regulations for privacy of substance use treatment data
  • Laying the groundwork for electronic consents to release information: Progress towards national standards and technology solutions
  • California’s Medi-Cal Waiver Whole Person Care Initiative: How information technology and HIE are being incentivized to support care coordination

Registration is open. Please reserve your seat NOW!
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Sponsors and Exhibitors
We have a new conference sponsor – Exym! If you are interested in becoming a sponsor or exhibitor, please complete our interest form.
If you have any questions, problems registering or making your hotel reservation, please contact the CIBHS Conference Department or (916) 379-5317.

Introduction to Telehealth Theory & Practice

Enjoy a fast-moving overview of telebehavioral and telemental health. Understand the key points related to telehealth clinical, legal, ethical, technology, reimbursement, social media and other pivotal issues.

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Cheri Silveira Moliere
Cheri Silveira Moliere
5 years ago

Great conference to hear the latest and greatest in behavioral health IT.

Marlene Maheu, Ph. D.
Marlene Maheu, Ph. D.
Reply to  Cheri Silveira Moliere
5 years ago

Yes! I’m on the planning committee for this conference and have attended for many years. It is one of the best for networking as well as hearing the details of the latest national behavioral policy developments.

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