Pitkin County Public Health, West Mountain Regional Health Alliance, and Aspen Strong present the next Roaring Fork Mental Health Professionals meeting:
SERVING OUR MEDICAID POPULATION
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16th, 2019
El Jebel Community Center
How to Become a Behavioral Health Medicaid Provider: Colorado Department of Health Care Policy & Financing, Marceil Case. Learn how to become Medicaid credentialed, the benefits of becoming a Medicaid provider, and ask questions/address the barriers that keep providers from engaging this process.
How to enroll as a provider with RAE: Regional Accountable Entity, Meg Taylor Learn how to be medicaid credentialed and also learn if you have any question regarding billing and claims. Please complete the following survey to help us prepare for your questions: https://goo.gl/forms/yQKCSdxcP1kt0BrG3
Changes to Public Charge and How this May Impact the Immigrant Community: A presentation by Gary Schalla from Mountain Family Health Center on the potential changes put forth by the Department of Homeland Security to change the Public Charge rule, which may directly impact immigrant families who access health care, safe housing, healthy food programs and other essential programs. Learn how these potential changes may impact your clients and students, particularly families on Medicaid and CHP+.
Please tell your colleagues and share this invitation with other professionals in the mental health, medical, and education fields.>
5:30-5:45 Informal Networking
(bring business cards to distribute if you’d like)
5:45-6:00 Brief Introductions/Updates
6:00:-6:15 Public Charge and its Potential Impacts
6:15:-7:00 Medicaid Credentialing
7:00-7:30 Q&A with speakers
PLEASE RSVP to
Emily Supino email@example.com
for a rough head count
SUPPORT & SPONSORSHIP There is NO charge for attending this presentation which is an initiative of Aspen Strong, however let us know if you’d like to “sponsor” the meeting by providing donations of light snacks or drinks.
MISSION The Roaring Fork Mental Health Professionals meeting is intended to promote the education of all mental health professionals and is dedicated to improving mental health of community members in the Roaring Fork Valley.