Essential Fiscal Business Practices... 

In a World of Value-Based Payments

James Monfort

James Monfort

Senior Consultant and Manager of Financial Services

Jim has a high level of financial and computer expertise and applies them to a variety of technical assistance projects. He puts his software application skills to use by developing tools to assist with monitoring and evaluating financial performance of behavioral health providers. His focus is on flexible, efficient, effective tools and analysis. He provides routine behavioral health financial management supports for many counties in an array of roles from trainer to LGU...Read More

Essential Fiscal Business Practices in a World of Value Based Payment
There are many changes taking place in the NYS Medicaid program, which has led to rapid and transformative changes for the behavioral health care treatment community.   Value Based Payment reform challenges the capabilities of even the best run behavioral health care agen­cies. Excellent clinical practice joined with strong business practices will be essential to be successful in this new environment.  This webinar will have a brief reminder about the changes taking place, and what these changes mean to providers.  
Presenters will also give an overview of the Key Business Practice Competencies needed including:

  • Budget and Program Modeling
  • Operational Processes
  • Report Monitoring and Data Analysis
  • Financial Structure Assessment
  • Billing Requirements
  • Management Responsibilities

 James Monfort, Manager of Financial Services Manager and Senior Consultant
 CCSI | Center for Collaboration in Community Health
 David Wawrzynek, MS, MBA
 Senior Consultant, CCSI | Center for Collaboration in Community Health

Date and Time:  Monday, May 8, 2017 from Noon–1:00pm – REGISTER