Health Equity [attach recording, what we have is not complete]
Presented September 29, 2020
The Center for Health Progress facilitated this engaging workshop on health equity and what it means for all of us.
Materials for the workshop: Presentation, graphic novel, Social Construction of Race
Coding & Billing
Presented August 2020
This training was originally scheduled as part of the Alliance for School-Based Health national conference however it was changed to webinar format in response to COVID. In this training, CASHBC’s Director of Clinical Initiatives, Rebecca Gostlin was joined by topic experts Dr. Kristie Ladegard and Dr. Eric Sigel along with a panel of field experts including SBHC and school staff, to address the role of school-based health centers in the prevention of school violence. School violence was broadly defined to encompass harm directed toward oneself or others and to include emotional and physical aggression. The training defined ways in which SBHCs can work with schools, identified specific training and screening tools, and provided case examples of the role of SBHCs in violence prevention.
April 9, 2020
This training was provided by CASBHC in response to the rapid transition to telehealth services throughout the state of CO in response to COVID-19. This training covers state-level emergency response changes to telehealth regulations and billing as well as information to consider when setting up a telehealth program in the SBHCs, both during the time of COVID and thinking beyond the pandemic, with a designated discussion period for SBHCs to share what they are doing in their own practices and learn from one another.
Waiver for Deductible or Copayment for Health Services
May 14, 2019
Have you ever wonder how to interact with a student and shows signs of distress? Learn how to complete a suicide assessment and how to be present for the student while taking care of yourself.
Webinar description: This session supplements the session offered by Jennifer Koch at the CASBHC Annual Conference on May 3, 2019. During the webinar she highlights key steps to suicide assessment in a school-based based health center. Appropriate for those who attended that session as well as those who missed it.
Audience: School-Based Health Center Providers and Staff.
Speaker: Jennifer Koch, LCSW, SEP, Director of Denver Health School-Based Health Center Integrated Behavioral Health Services. Jennifer has been practicing in field of mental health for more than 24 years and has extensive experience working with children and families in crisis. She has been in a supervisor role since 1998 and has trained locally and nationally on topics such as suicide, self-injury, rape trauma, self-care and trauma-informed approaches.
School-Wide Wellness: Moving Beyond the SBHC Walls
October 18, 2018
How can SBHCs progress programs and policies that will improve the health and wellness of the entire school population? Join us for this exciting webinar to learn more.
Webinar Description: This webinar will introduce the Hallways to Health model and share successful approaches in obesity prevention, social and emotional health, and worksite wellness for school employees. We will discuss the lessons learned from the School-Based Health Alliance’s learning community on the role of SBHCs in promoting school-wide wellness through: serving on school wellness committees, utilizing data to identify school-wide priorities and plan approaches, and sustaining school-wide efforts through creating polices, formalizing partnerships, and securing funding for school-wide wellness.
Audience: School-Based Health Center Administrators and Providers, School District Partners
Speaker: Jordanna Snyder- School Based Health Alliance
Jordanna facilitated trainings and technical assistance for 13 SBHCs in the Hallways to Health initiative. She authored the Hallways to Health toolkit to support additional SBHCs across the national to implement a school-wide wellness program in partnership with their schools. Prior to joining the School-Based Health Alliance, Jordanna worked in the community health field as a researcher and community organizer, creating programs and building relationships, and as an educator where she taught elementary school science. Jordanna received her Master of Public Health at The George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health in Prevention and Community Health.
Health First Colorado Payment Reform and School-Based Health Centers
Thursday, February 8, 2018
Webinar Description: The Department of Health Care Policy and Financing (the Department) is changing the way care is paid for in the Medicaid program to reward quality while containing costs. This webinar will present the Department’s plans for primary care payment reform and the potential impact on school-based health centers in Colorado.
Audience: School-Based Health Center Administrators, Providers and Staff
Speaker: Shane Mofford, manager of the Rates and Payment Reform section at the Department of Health Care Policy and Financing, has been with the Department for a little under eight years. Shane oversees rate setting for all of the Department’s managed care programs, inpatient and outpatient hospitals, FQHC/RHCs, waiver programs, and components of the general fee schedule. Additionally, Shane is integrally involved in the development and implementation of many of the Department’s payment reform efforts including managed care incentive programs, behavioral health reforms, and primary care reform.