Knicole Emanuel: Panel Discussion – David Is To Goliath As NC Behavioral Health Care Providers Are To MCOs
Isn’t that analogy apropos? (And it’s not mine…its Benchmarks’)
I will be sitting on a panel today in Raleigh, NC. See below.
A wonderful association, Benchmarks, is hosting a panel discussion for behavioral health care providers. While it is meant for smaller providers, in my own humble opinion, all behavioral health care providers would benefit from this panel discussion.
Senior Counsel, Robert Shaw, and I will be sitting on the panel…with managed care organizations (MCO) representatives. It is without question that I have not been a big fan of the MCOs. If I were to suggest otherwise, I believe that my blog followers would scoff. However, I am interested in hearing these MCO representatives’ side of the argument.
Will these MCO reps merely parrot? Or will they truly engage in worthwhile conversations to understand what it is like for a behavioral health care provider in NC today?
Feel free to join the discussion at 12:30-2:30. Below is the Evite: 3801 Hillsborough St.
Posted on May 14, 2015, in Access to Care, Accountability, Alliance, Behavioral health, Cardinal Innovations, DHHS, Division of Medical Assistance, EastPointe, ECBH, Freedom of Choice of Provider, Health Care Providers and Services, Legal Analysis, Legal Remedies for Medicaid Providers, Managed Care, MCO, Media, Medicaid, Medicaid Attorney, Medicaid Contracts, Medicaid Providers, Medicaid Recipients, Mental Health, Mental Health Problems, Mental Illness, NC, North Carolina, Partners, Provider Medicaid Contracts, Sandhills, Smokey Mountain Center, Tax Dollars, Taxes, Taxpayers and tagged Alliance, Behavioral health, behavioral health care, behavioral health care provider, Behavioral Health Care Providers, Benchmarks, David and Goliath, DHHS, Division of Medical Assistance, DMA, East Carolina Behavioral Health, EastPOinte, ECBH, Health care, Health care provider, Managed care, Managed Care Organizations, MCO, Medicaid, Medicaid Providers, Mental Health and Medicaid, NC, North Carolina, North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, panel discussion, Raleigh, Robert Shaw, Smokey Mountain Center, Smoky Mountain Behavioral Health. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.