So i think thats all im going to say about that maybe

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and to coordinate care across participating providers. So I think that’s all I’m going to say about that. Maybe, Teah (ph) go ahead to three slides, the ones with integration and HIT. [0:52:26] The last thing that I would say is that it’s interesting how it’s always comforting when the various policy initiatives align to actually reinforce each other. And certainly there’s this separate movement outside of health homes, the HITECH Act, which creates Medicare and Medicaid incentive payments for individual eligible (ph) providers and certain facilities for the meaningful use of Health IT. And they contain in them quality measures related to things that we’re not used to doing in behavioral health but if we want to participate in this reimbursement system we need to do. So we need to have a regular way of tracking weight, smoking status, blood pressure. So these are the expectations in the broader healthcare field that we need to get used to to meeting. So I wanted to just provide some background to the idea and requirements related to health home and I’m going to turn it over to Larry to really expand on this notion of person-centeredness and what are some practical ways that we can embed that on moving forward. Larry? LARRY FRICKS: Thanks Chuck. Next slide please. LARA HOKEN (PH): Larry are you on? LARRY FRICKS: Now let’s take a look at making health homes person-centered. And to build on what Chuck said earlier, we hope for a person-centered culture embedded in all ______________________________________________________________________________________ 25193ea6062d74eaa1fb4080b67349c6a7de8baf.doc Page 12 of 20
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aspects of the health home but how is that accomplished, especially when those of us who may be challenging to serve or perhaps living in poverty, when you consider stigma, discrimination and the impact of trauma? [0:54:23] So we believe a foundation for building that person-centered culture is changing beliefs, the beliefs of providers and the recipient of services. A concrete example is the investment that we are making in the national training intended for individuals served in health homes to create new whole health behaviors for self-managing chronic conditions including mental illness and addiction. At the core of the design of the training is the healing and engaging power of peer support that’s changed beliefs and called forth the unlimited potential of self-directed whole health and resiliency for secondary and tertiary prevention. Another core element of the training is person-centered planning. And so we want folks to be the driver of his or her own health and resiliency. And then we want to create peer leaders supporting others to achieve the same. When I use person-centered planning, the initials PCP, in this set of slides it does mean person-centered planning. Let’s go to the next slide. So a new way of thinking. What are health and resiliency domains for person-centered planning? And I want to give credit to the Benson-Henry Institute for the Mind Body Medicine and Massachusetts General Hospital for recommending these health and resiliency domains. Often those of us in recovery believe in I am the evidence. And I just
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  • Center for Integrated Health Solutions, Teah, LARA HOKEN, Mr. Chuck Ingoglia

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