From the Executive Officer’s Desk—Fixing Health Care: The Wrong and the Right

Middlemen in mental health care have a deservedly unsavory reputation. Any practicing clinician is too painfully aware of the arduous necessity of qualifying patients for treatment, and the seemingly endless cycle of denials and appeals orchestrated by low-level employees of major HMOs. All too often, clinicians and patients gave up out of sheer exhaustion if nothing else, which in effect makes a mockery of state and national parity legislation. As we are all aware, even though national parity legislation exists, this is quite variably applied and enforced.

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MHLG Letter to Senators Alexander and Murray

The National Register signed the Mental Health Liaison Group’s letter voicing opposition to the restructuring of the Medicaid program into a per capita cap block grant program and to the end to Medicaid expansion. These are concerns regarding the provisions of H.R. 1628, the American Health Care Act.

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June 26 Webinar: Trustworthiness and Transparency: Handle with Care

Handle with Care supports school age children returning to the classroom upon experiencing a stressful home event where police were involved. This informative discussion will present program highlights and provide guidance on replication for interested communities. JUNE 26, 2017, 1:00-2:30 PM ET

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June 20 NCTSN Webinar: Refugee Experiences and Improving Services

The presenters will share current information about refugee arrivals in the US and refugee mental health needs and best practices. They will discuss how host communities/service providers need to take trauma and loss into consideration as they support refugees. Presenters will discuss refugee core stressors and highlight the importance of creating trauma-informed, culturally accessible services. Additionally, they will utilize Trauma Systems Therapy for Refugees (TST-R) as an example of an intervention specifically tailored to address the needs of refugees. JUNE 20, 2017, 12:00-1:30 PM ET.

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Psychologist- Fort Sill, OK

Caduceus Healthcare has an exciting opportunity for experienced Psychologists to work at the Reynolds Army Community Hospital in Fort Sill, Oklahoma.

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