NURTURE: An Innovative Practice-Based Care Model: Addressing the Maternal and Infant Care Crisis


Date: Wednesday, February 14, 2024
Time: 12:00 – 1:00 PM ET
Presenters: Ashley Breazeale, Licensed Psychologist, Cherokee Health Systems; Sarah Beth Eriksen, MD, Cherokee Health Systems


This webinar will focus on how NURTURE, an innovative practice-based care model, integrates OB/GYN, pediatric, and behavioral health services to provide comprehensive care for both the new parent and baby throughout and after pregnancy. Earn 1 continuing education credits (CEUs) for attending this webinar.

Ashley Breazeale, PhD, is a Licensed Psychologist and Behavioral Health Consultant at Cherokee Health Systems. Dr. Breazeale earned her PhD at University of Memphis and her Medical degree at University of Nebraska, Munroe Meyer Institute. Passionate about reducing the gaps in maternal/infant health care for underserved patient populations, Dr. Breazeale is co-creator of the NUTURE model of care that focuses on infant, mother, and family health throughout the 4th trimester and beyond.


Dr. Sarah Beth Eriksen is a Pediatrician and Breastfeeding Medicine Provider, also specializing in women’s health, at Cherokee Health Systems. Dr. Ericksen developed a model of Integrated Medical and Behavioral Healthcare that spans from conception through infancy called NURTURE, aimed at improving equity in prenatal health, literacy, and postpartum support for families in a simplified, whole-family, focused healthcare experience. She earned her Doctor of Medicine at Medical College of Georgia at Georgia Regents University.

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Integrated Documentation, Coding, and Billing Session 2


Date: Thursday, February 22, 2024
Time:  1:30-2:00 PM ET
Presenter: Gary Lucas, MS, Health Informatics, Vice President of Research and Development, ArchProCoding
Facilitator: Aylin Edelman, MD, RHIA, CCS, JBS International, Inc.


This webinar is the second session in a three-part series of the Documentation, Coding, and Billing for Behavioral Health Integration in Community Health. This session will focus on highlights of the CPT, HCPCS-II, and ICD-10-CM codes commonly used in behavioral health and shared with primary care. It will also discuss the treatment of substance/opioid use disorders through medications for opioid use disorder (MOUD) in both primary care and behavioral health settings, and a list of sample CMS covered preventive services that integrate medical and behavioral health. Earn 0.5 Behavioral Health continuing education credits (CEUs) for attending this webinar.  


Gary Lucas, MS (Health Informatics), is Vice President of Research and Development for the Association for Rural and Community Health Professional Coding (ArchProCoding). His professional background includes 29+ years of experience training clinical providers, facility management, and coders/billers. Mr. Lucas has provided 1,900 nationwide educational sessions in 46 states on medical records documentation for MD/PA/NP/CP/CSW-led outpatient medical centers regarding professional coding, medical billing, Medicare compliance, and practice management.


Aylin Edelman, MD, RHIA, CCS, is a physician and credentialed health information management professional with over 20 years of experience in the healthcare industry as an administrator, manager, provider, and health information specialist. As a JBS Technical Assistance Specialist, Dr. Edelman provides expert guidance to health centers on health data quality, compliance standards, and reporting.  


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Integrated Documentation, Coding, and Billing Session 3 


Date: Monday, February 26, 2024 
Time:  1:00-1:30 PM ET 
Presenter: Gary Lucas, MS, Health Informatics, Vice President of Research and Development, ArchProCoding
Facilitator: Aylin Edelman, MD, RHIA, CCS, JBS International, Inc.


This webinar is the third session in a three-part series of the Documentation, Coding, and Billing for Behavioral Health Integration in Community Health. This session will dive into evaluation and management (E/M) services, covering E/M documentation protocols, compares telehealth and virtual communication services, provides an overview of care management services, and discusses Principal/Chronic Care Management, Transitional Care Management, Behavioral Health Integration (BHI), and Psychiatric Collaborative Care Model services. Earn 0.5 Behavioral Health continuing education credits (CEUs) for attending this webinar. 


Gary Lucas, MS (Health Informatics), is Vice President of Research and Development for the Association for Rural and Community Health Professional Coding (ArchProCoding). His professional background includes 29+ years of experience training clinical providers, facility management, and coders/billers. Mr. Lucas has provided 1,900 nationwide educational sessions in 46 states on medical records documentation for MD/PA/NP/CP/CSW-led outpatient medical centers regarding professional coding, medical billing, Medicare compliance, and practice management.


Aylin Edelman, MD, RHIA, CCS, is a physician and credentialed health information management professional with over 20 years of experience in the healthcare industry as an administrator, manager, provider, and health information specialist. As a JBS Technical Assistance Specialist, Dr. Edelman provides expert guidance to health centers on health data quality, compliance standards, and reporting.  


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Workforce Retention and Resiliency within Integrated Care Setting​


Date: Wednesday, March 6, 2024
Time: 1:00-2:00 PM ET
Presenters: Philip H. Rainer, Senior Program Associate, Advocates for Human Potential (AHP); Katie Crowley, Program Associate, Advocates for Human Potential (AHP)


This webinar aims to provide key factors contributing to burnout, compassion fatigue, and employee turnover among primary and behavioral health providers; how these challenges have intensified due to the pandemic's impact; supervisory strategies that have been found to be effective in supporting employee engagement, resilience, and retention; and key organizational policies and practices that can enhance workforce retention and resilience. Earn 1.0 Behavioral Health continuing education credits (CEUs) for attending this webinar. 


Philip H. Rainer, MSW, LCSW-R, SAP is a Senior Program Associate II at Advocates for Human Potential (AHP). Mr. Rainer is a New York State Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Federal Department of Transportation qualified Substance Abuse Professional with experience including direct clinical care; program design, implementation, and management; and senior organization leadership roles in behavioral health care.

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