Collaborative Care Model Substance Abuse Training
Behavioral health integration model for the treatment of SUD & AUD
Collaborative Care Model Substance Use Disorders (SUD CoCM) is built upon the foundational training, CoCM: Base. This training is intended to assist primary care practice teams in managing patients with substance use (SUD) and alcohol use (AUD) disorders by:
- Having an increased understanding of the prevalence and why it is important to include AUD/SUD management in primary care.
- Reviewing of and use of the screening tools used to identify individuals with at risk or with dependence.
- Having a care team member(s) (in particular, the BHCM) prepared to have a patient-centered objective and meaningful conversation when SUD/AUD risk are identified.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan (BCBSM) has contracted with Mi-CCSI to provide training and implementation to extend the Collaborative Care model to the treatment of SUD and AUD in primary care practices throughout the state of Michigan. Mi-CCSI would like to thank BCBSM for their attention, initiation and support of this important work.
Prerequisites for attending this training
- The practice has completed the Base CoCM training prior to attending this training and are actively participating in the BCBSM CoCM Program.
- It is highly recommended the practice has a provider and/or psychiatrist who has completed MAT training and/or is comfortable advising these conditions. (There is no need for an additional psychiatrist).
BCBSM PGIP Additional Details
- There is no additional PGIP-incentive to participate in SUD training. Rewards will be distributed as a part of the base training incentive.
- BCBSM is supporting this training to address a significant population need of undertreated management of AUD and SUD, by increasing the knowledge and confidence of the practice team with tools and resources in managing SUD and AUD.
- In addition, the training is intended to promote providers to include or increase the management of individuals with AUD and SUD.
For more details on the training and to register, please visit the MICMT website at:
DATES, TIMES & REGISTRATION
- To register providers or psychiatric consultants, click on the single day (July 21) registration button.
- To register BHCMs and other practice team members, click on the multiple day registration button.
Day 1: July 21st | 8:00 am – 3:00 pm – is intended for providers, psychiatric consultants, BHCM (behavioral health care managers) and practice leadership.
Day 2: July 24th | 8:00 am – 12:15 pm – is intended for BHCM (behavioral health care managers) and practice leadership
Day 3: July 25th | 8:00 am – 12:15 pm – is intended for BHCM (behavioral health care managers) and practice leadership
- Providers and/or Psychiatric Consultant who have completed MAT training and/or are comfortable advising these conditions(s)
- Behavioral Health Care Managers – Social Workers and/or Nurse Care Managers
- Practice Managers and other practice team members
- PO Representatives
FACULTYRichard Brown, MD, MPH
Retired Full Professor with Tenure, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin. He educated more than 2,000 UW health professions and participated in a program to evaluate the effectiveness of SBIRT in eight southeastern Wisconsin high schools. He served as Clinical Director for the Wisconsin Initiative to Promote Healthy Lifestyles (WIPHL) helping 40 general healthcare settings provide over 110,000 alcohol and drug screens and 25,000 interventions and elicit substantial declines in risky and problem drinking, emergency room visits, hospitalizations, and healthcare costs. Dr. Brown was president of the Association for Medical Education and Research in Substance Abuse (AMERSA) and a founding director of Project MAINSTREAM, a federally funded program that enhanced substance abuse education for over 10,000 trainees. After leaving the UW in 2017, Dr. Brown served as a senior medical director and director of population health management for ConcertoHealth, which improved outcomes and reduced healthcare costs for complex, dual-eligible and Medicare Advantage patients.
A board certified physician in Adult and Addiction psychiatry with extensive experience with evidence-based and system-based practice of Addiction Psychiatry including; outpatient substance abuse treatment, inpatient detoxification, methadone and buprenorphine clinics, dual diagnosis, smoking cessation, and day treatment programs
Susan Vos is the Program Director at the Michigan Center for Clinical Systems Improvement. She has experience in working with multi-disciplinary teams to provide care for complex patients, extensive knowledge and expertise in practice transformation, developing and implementing care management curricula based on evidence-based guidelines, training of care manager and other clinical practice staff, implementing care models, and driving quality improvement strategies. She is the current president of the Case Management Society of America: Grand Rapids/Kalamazoo Chapter. Susan led the organizational team in the COMPASS (Care Of Mental, Physical And Substance-use Syndromes) Initiative funded by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) / Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation (CMMI), which evaluated the large-scale implementation of the TEAMcare model treating patients with depression and comorbid diabetes and/or cardiovascular disease. The initiative was implemented in 18 medical groups and 172 clinics across eight states.
Robin Schreur is a trainer for the Michigan Center for Clinical Systems Improvement (Mi-CCSI). She served as the Clinical Lead Care Manager in Ambulatory Care at Spectrum Health from 2012 until 2020. Her aim is to instill the importance of patient-centered care across the continuum of care. Robin has worked in a variety of settings including insurance-based and primary care practices, and as a behavioral health nurse at an inpatient facility. She has extensive experience in training and onboarding hundreds of clinicians in care management roles and motivational interviewing.
FREE for members; FREE for non-members
This training is funded by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan (BCBSM) with the intent to extend the Collaborative Care model to the treatment of SUD and AUD in primary care practices throughout the state of Michigan. Mi-CCSI would like to thank BCBSM for their attention, initiation and support of this important work.
AVAILABLE CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS
The AAFP has reviewed CoCM SUD and deemed it acceptable for up to 6.00 Live AAFP Prescribed credits. Term of Approval is from 07/21/2023 to 07/21/2023. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
This nursing continuing professional development activity was approved by the Wisconsin Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
Contact Hours Approved: 8 for attending all of Day 2 & Day 3 (4 hours Day 2 and 4 hours Day 3).
This course is approved by the NASW-Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative.
Approval Code: 062723-01
Contact Hours Approved: 14 for attending all sessions (6 hours Day 1, 4 hours Day 2 and 4 hours Day 3).
TRAINING MATERIALS & COURSE PREPARATION
If you have already registered for this training, please click here to view the course preparation and training materials.