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Roadmap to the Ideal Crisis System - Shared screen with speaker view
Brandi Vore
21:44
Virginia Crowley
National Council
26:26
Here is the latest version of the Roadmap: https://www.thenationalcouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/042721_GAP_CrisisReport.pdf?daf=375ateTbd56
Brandi Vore
26:57
Barbara Chamberlain
National Council
26:57
You may additionally find an Executive Summary and an Expanded Executive Summary on this page here: https://www.thenationalcouncil.org/about/national-council/medical-director-institute/
National Council
27:15
If you have questions please use the Q&A box! Thank you!
Barbara McLean
30:33
May I share the recording with colleagues?
National Council
31:17
@Barbara you can certainly share the recording once we share it!
Barbara McLean
31:31
Thank you.
National Council
31:38
We will be sharing the recording and an email containing answered Q&A questions the week of September 10th
Stephanie busch
32:04
very few states have EMS as an essential service.
National Council
34:56
Excellent point Stephanie
Dr. Joe Parks
36:58
EMS is one of the essential benefits that most be covered for an insurance plan to meet the requirements of being "Credible Coverage" under the federal ACA requirements
kathleen montano
41:05
YEAH TUCSON, about time we do something right in AZ.
Dr. Joe Parks
42:06
EMTALA requires that Hospital ERs assess and stabilize anyone showing up at the hospital for any health condition including mental health conditions
Savannah Martin
45:45
What specifically does assess and stabilize look like? Can we avoid labwork? Looking for feedback on how to get people out of the ED into a CSU as quickly as possible
Dr. Joe Parks
47:11
were to require labs comes under section 3 best clinical practices - which Ken is just getting to
Aaron Goldman
47:38
any specialized training for child crisis recommendations?
denise dougherty
48:06
Love this question. So important!
Dr. Joe Parks
48:20
Under population capacities - 2nd icon on the slide
denise dougherty
49:15
great. Do details exist somewhere?
Dr. Joe Parks
50:17
Also in section 3 - see population specific clinical best practices - icon has an adualt and a child
Dr. Joe Parks
52:30
The report does not list all the specific child related practices it -rather that they must be there
Wendi Shackelford
53:14
thanks for the links! very helpful!
Kenneth Minkoff
57:44
The report cites examples of medical screening guidelines that have been developed by emergency physicians that help to facilitate access to care and reduce unnecessary and burdensome labwork. Reduction of medical screening barriers for adults or children can be a performance metric for a community developing its crisis system. Most communities are not aware of the available materials which is why we included them. Some states, such as Michigan, are developing standardized medical screening tools to guide this
Kenneth Minkoff
58:37
The check list is the Crisis System Report Card which is included in the report for any community to use.
Pamela Rasada
01:00:14
Are these ten steps listed in the report?
Dr. Joe Parks
01:00:48
the checklist is on page 196
Travis Atkinson
01:01:27
Yes Pamela, on page 177
jamie pacer
01:05:10
Who has the mobile behavior health team? where is that. i'd like to see that in my hometown, pine ridge, sd
Kelsey McVeigh
01:06:01
Jamie, my agency (Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare) has mobile crisis/behavioral health team structures in Portland, OR.
jamie pacer
01:06:40
wow, that's awesome, thanks
Lori Montis
01:06:59
Jamie - both Sioux Falls & Rapid City, SD have mobile crisis
jamie pacer
01:07:23
Really, I didn't know that
Antoinette Thornton
01:09:03
can you please insert the link in the chat. so I can review the report.
Kimberly Harris
01:09:06
Arlington Texas Police Department utilizes a Co.Responder Team (1 Officer + 1 Clinician) and a Crisis Response Team (1 Officer + 1 Officer) to respond and follow up with behavioral health calls in the community. The Officers (Behavioral Health Response Officers) have specialized training.
Myranda Green
01:10:19
Here is the latest version of the Roadmap: https://www.thenationalcouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/042721_GAP_CrisisReport.pdf?daf=375ateTbd56
Pamela Rasada
01:10:38
We're building this now in a tiny mountain community on the San Juan Ridge in California. The closest response team is 45 minutes away. We're gathering local volunteers now to take a Mental Health First Aid course then we'll head into Peer Training, mediation, etc. We have just located a potential building for a care center in town and have partnered with the County to get access to CA-MHSA funding as we ramp up. This session is timely for us. I had the good fortune to work on the team that designed the CCBHC program as it was ramping up and even still I am finding this system challenging to circumvent. This report is very helpful.
Judy Gabert
01:11:18
Thanks for excellent info. I hope everyone knows about the Technical Transfer Centers sponsored by SAMHSA as they may be a great resource to jump into set up. Also, Idaho has 24 hour crisis centers in major cities so that people can get help, instead of going to emergency room for their crises.
Pamela Rasada
01:13:14
Thanks Judy!
Barbara McLean
01:14:37
I have to leave. Thank you and I look forward to the recording.
Michael Renner
01:15:18
St. Louis City is hiring 30 social workers focused on diversion.
Travis Atkinson
01:15:25
A few additional ideas for opportunities for prescriber networking:National Council's Medical Director InstituteAmerican Association of Emergency PsychiatryGroup for the Advancement of Psychiatry
Pamela Rasada
01:15:32
In the community I am working in there is very little trust for law enforcement; they often do not show up when called -- we're focusing on building locally based peer supporters as our first responders...
Heather Honaker
01:16:00
Thank you all!
Judy Gabert
01:16:02
Great info and so needed.
Danica Morgan
01:16:12
Thank you all
Donna Phillips
01:16:12
Thank you
Christine Petit
01:16:12
Thank you!