04/29/2016 - CCBHC Planning Grant Weekly Report

Action Item Review

List the two most important action items per group

Certification

  • Crosswalk was reviewed and identified what areas in DMH & DASA certification criteria that are parallel and/or have discrepancies with the CCBHC certification criteria
  • Continued to compile and review Cumulative scores from readiness tools and initially identified TA/trainings
  • Developed draft communication to introduce 3 training webinars
    • Focus is on top 5 areas that have gaps identified through the readiness tool
    • Communication will be sent to the 35 providers that responded to RFI
    • Anticipated start Friday 5/6/16
  • Consumer Survey is due back on 5/20/16
    • Distributed to several email group list, DMH and DASA providers, a paper copy will also be available
    • Received back currently 200-300 surveys

PPS

  • Completed initial compilation of DMH and DASA special populations
    • Waiting on final feedback
    • Will format and add supportive documentation to send out to providers for review and feedback
  • Danny Silbert to begin research and gain more insight into Outlier payments to help facilitate and move that discussion forward

Data and Reporting

  • Trades have not received any feedback from members regarding the 11 quality measures dropped
  • Trades will present topic and solicit feedback during their next meeting

Services Coordination Group

  • Reviewed Provider Selection Criteria v6 and asked for further feedback by 4/28
  • Reviewed and discussed EBP's
  • The next meeting is 5/2
  • The tasks the group will focus on
    • Coordination of grant activities at the state level
    • Establish CCBHC governance requirements
    • Establish required EBPs
    • Establish staffing requirements
    • Select CCBHC sites

Steering Committee

  • Steering committee met on 4-26 and led by both chairs
  • Reviewed voting process

* Discussed EBP's from state narrative, RFI responses and CCBHC core 9 services

Potential Barriers

List any current risks identified by each group and the potential impact

Certification

  • Lack of resources to enter the information from the paper-based version of the consumer survey
  • Identifying mechanisms to conduct needs assessment

PPS

  • Working with MCO's and getting data to generate the cost reports
  • Providers don't have systems to analyze data for them. They send out to bill for services

Data and Reporting

  • Timing of SAMHSA when the comparison groups are chosen
  • Timing when the quality measures definitions are sent out
  • Measures have not been approved by OMB

Training Opportunities Identified

Certification

* Webinar on Training areas identified via RFI

PPS

  • PPS-2
  • Cost Reports

Data and Reporting

  • Use of claims and encounter data
  • Collection of data and quality measures

Other TA/Trainings

* None Identified currently

Needs Assessment

* Review State Needs Assessment (Justin/Danny) / define expectations for local needs assessment

New Action Items

List all new action items assigned during the meeting. Be sure that all action items are clearly defined, assigned to someone, include due dates.

Certification

Action Item 1

  • Provide Webinar trainings (5/2/16)

Action Item 2

  • Complete a consumer survey (5/20/16)

Action Item 3

  • Complete Certification application and process

Services Coordination Group

Action Item 1

* Complete Provider Selection Criteria (anticipated by: 5/19/16)

Action Item 2

* Complete list of required EBP's, in collaboration with the Steering Committee, for approval by the Interagency Coordination Group

PPS

Action Item 1

* Sending out initial compilation of Special Populations and supporting documents to providers for feedback (anticipated by: 5/19/16)

Data and Reporting

Action Item 1

  • Discuss data and reporting needs as it relates to PPS-2 decision
  • Continue to work with SAMHSA on solidifying date we will receive quality measure definitions/justifications