Events

Conferences/Workshops/Events

 

At NJAMHAA, your safety is our top priority.  All events, meetings and workshops are being held virtually at this time.

 

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This workshop is FREE to any DMHAS contracted agency

or NJAMHAA Members. Click HERE to register.

 

On December 10, 2020, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued a Proposed Rule introducing new substantial changes to the HIPAA Privacy Rule for the first time since it was last touched as a result of the HITECH amendments. A Final Rule is expected either by the end of 2021, or early 2022. 

This Webinar will review in detail the changes that HHS has proposed to HIPAA, such as:

  • Proposed changes to HIPAA’s Right of Access, including:
    • Permitting patients to take photographs of their PHI;
    • Changing the maximum allowable response time from 30 days to 15 days;
    • Permitting patients to transfer to a 3rd party only such ePHI that is maintained in an EMR;
    • Permitting patients to request their PHI be transferred to a personal health App;
    • Setting specific restrictions regarding charging patients a fee for their ePHI, including posting a fee schedule on their websites for any costs that are permitted to be charged for access and copies of PHI; and
    • Ensuring patients are able to direct the sharing of ePHI maintained in an EHR between other covered entities.

 Eliminating HIPAA’s requirement for covered entities to obtain written confirmation that it has provided each patient with a HIPAA Notice of Privacy practices;

  • Permitting covered entities to disclose a patient’s PHI to avert a threat to health or safety when harm is “seriously and reasonably foreseeable” (currently, the harm is “serious and imminent”);
  • Permitting covered entities to make certain uses and disclosures of patient’s PHI based on their good faith belief that it is in the “best interest” of the individual;
  • Adding the minimum necessary standard exception for individual-level care coordination and case management uses and disclosures, regardless of whether the activities constitute treatment or health care operations;
  • Broadening the definition of healthcare operations to cover care coordination and case management; and more…….

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CHESS Health Offers SUD Treatment-Enhancing Technology

Eligible for Reimbursement from DMHAS

 

The Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) recently announced the DMHAS Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant COVID 19 Supplemental Reimbursement (DSCOVRS) Program, through which substance use disorder (SUD) service providers can be reimbursed for certain information technology (IT) expenditures that will help meet the challenges related to treatment brought on by the pandemic.

NJAMHAA’s IT Project invites members to a free webinar on December 8, 2021 from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. to learn about evidence-based technology from CHESS Health, a member of NJAMHAA’s Technology Council, which meets DMHAS’ criteria for this reimbursement.

The CHESS Platform provides individuals receiving SUD treatment with a smartphone app encompassing personalized recovery resources and connections with peers and clinicians when and where they need them.

 

This webinar will cover the following topics:

* eRecovery: Helps NJ providers with SUD service staffing shortages by providing 24/7 support to their clients that helps them stay in treatment and recovery longer

* eIntervention: Helps NJ SUD service providers build patient volume and create additional revenue by getting more individuals into treatment with eReferrals, provides better access to treatment and simplifies the referral process for patients and staff

* Eligibility Criteria Crosswalk to CHESS Platforms for the DSCOVRS Program

Share this Important Opportunity with your Staff!

 

Click here to register for this free webinar that will

be presented on Dec. 8th from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.! 

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The Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) recently announced the DMHAS Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant COVID 19 Supplemental Reimbursement (DSCOVRS) Program, through which substance use disorder (SUD) service providers can be reimbursed for certain information technology (IT) expenditures that will help meet the challenges related to treatment brought on by the pandemic.

 

NJAMHAA’s IT Project invites members to a free webinar on December 7, 2021 from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. to learn about evidence-based technology from GoMo Health, a member of NJAMHAA, which meets DMHAS’ criteria for this reimbursement.

 

GoMo Health Recovery Pathways provides consumers receiving SUD treatment with a personalized bi-directional "bot" that reaches out via SMS text using their proprietary behavioral science- BehavioralRx - encompassing personalized recovery resources and connections with peers and clinicians when and where they need them. 

 

This webinar will cover the following topics:

 

Share this Important Opportunity with your Staff!

 

Click here to register for this free webinar that will be presented on Dec. 7th from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

 

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The Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) DSCOVRS program has created a time-limited opportunity for non-profit, contracted substance use disorder (SUD) service providers to be reimbursed for investment in certain information technology (IT) expenditures. This webinar presents an opportunity to learn about Bright Therapeutics' Recovery Path platform, which meets the DMHAS’ criteria for this reimbursement.

Recovery Path supports SUD professionals by remotely engaging patients in easy and evidence-based treatment tasks, while connecting the whole care team with progress data, so that they are always on the same page and never in the dark. The Recovery Path platform has helped more than 150,000 people move forward in their recovery and is 4.8 star rated.

NJAMHAA’s IT Project invites members to a free webinar on December 9, 2021 from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. to learn about the Recovery Path platform and assess whether it is a good fit for your work and the population you serve.

 

Click Here to Register  for this free webinar that will be presented on Dec. 9th from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Share this Important Opportunity with your Staff!

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IT Project Free Trainings

For details, click here.



Visit njamhaa.org to view our NJAMHAA Member Directory to see if your organization is a NJAMHAA member.  All employees of NJAMHAA member organizations receive the member rate to NJAMHAA events.



PLEASE NOTE THAT REGISTRATION FOR ANY CONFERENCE OR TRAINING MUST BE DONE ONLINE ONLY

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Thank you to our 2021 ICMS Conference and Awards Sponsors

    

   

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Thank you to our 2021 Courage and Compassion Awards Fan Sponsors 

 

www.daniellasgift.org

 

 

  

  

 

 

 

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NJAMHAA Grievance Policy

Should any registrant be dissatisfied with the quality of any approved CEU program, NJAMHAA requests that you notify us within five (5) business days of the conclusion of the program by completing a formal grievance form, which can be download from NJAMHAA’s website.  No refunds will be considered without going through this process. The form should be mailed or faxed to the attention of June Noto at NJAMHAA’s address or fax number indicated on our registration materials. Emails will not be considered for registering a complaint with NJAMHAA.  You can also download a full copy of our grievance policy by scrolling down to the bottom of the Events page on our website.

Sponsors and exhibitors should notify NJAMHAA immediately by email, fax or phone so we may resolve the issue in a timely manner.

 

Please click on the documents below for more information.

NJAMHAA Grievance Form
NJAMHAA Grievance Policy



 


 


 

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