Transformation Work Group (TWG) Meeting Presentation (06-16-2006)

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Information about Transformation Work Group (TWG) Meeting Presentation (06-16-2006)

Published on June 10, 2008

Author: MHTP

Source: slideshare.net

Description

This presentation helped facilitate a TWG meeting focused on considering and adopting strategies for
implementing identified outcomes in employment and housing goals for the Comprehensive Mental Health Plan
(CMHP), and in resource inventory and needs assessment.

Mental Health Transformation Project June 16, 2006 Transformation Work Group

Introduction and Logistics Welcome Logistics The purpose of today’s meeting is to consider and adopt the strategies for implementing the identified outcomes

Welcome

Logistics

The purpose of today’s meeting is to consider and adopt the strategies for implementing the identified outcomes

Today’s Agenda 10:00 – 10:15 Welcome and Next steps 10:15 – 10:30 Employment and Housing Goals for CMHP 10:30 – 11:30  Resource Inventory / Needs Assessment 11:30 – 12:00 Lunch 12:00 – 3:45 Presentation & Adoption of Strategies 3:45 – 4:00 Next steps

10:00 – 10:15 Welcome and Next steps

10:15 – 10:30 Employment and Housing Goals for CMHP

10:30 – 11:30  Resource Inventory / Needs Assessment

11:30 – 12:00 Lunch

12:00 – 3:45 Presentation & Adoption of Strategies

3:45 – 4:00 Next steps

OVERVIEW BACKGROUND

BACKGROUND

MHTP Overview SUBCOMMITTEES Hold public input meetings Develop priority outcomes TASK GROUPS identify strategies , initiatives , and alternatives to reach outcomes DRAFT CMHP 7 / 15 Final Comprehensive Mental Health State Plan 09 - 30 - 2006 Transformation Process : Year One of Implementation TWG prioritizes outcomes and strategies Final Review by Governor’s Office Resource Inventory 5 - 15 - 2006 Needs Assessment 5 - 15 - 2006 ` OUTCOMES STRATEGIES You Are Here

Schedule Overview Schedule Overview Jan Feb March April May June Aug July Sept Public Input 21 Subcommittee sessions 20 Listening sessions Surveys distributed statewide TWG Reviews/ Approves Outcomes Subcommittees Prioritizes Outcomes Task groups prepare strategies TWG Reviews/ Prioritizes strategies Sterling prepares draft CMHP RDA conducts needs assessment and Resource Inventory CMHP DRAFT TWG reviews draft CMHP Submit CMHP to Governor Deliver CMHP to SAMHSA Task groups share strategies with subcommittees and modify if needed Jan Feb March April May June Aug July Sept Jan Feb March April May June Aug July Sept Public Input 21 Subcommittee sessions 24 Listening sessions Surveys distributed statewide TWG Reviews/ Approves Outcomes Subcommittees Prioritizes Outcomes Task groups prepare strategies TWG Reviews/ Prioritizes strategies Sterling prepares draft CMHP RDA conducts needs assessment and Resource Inventory CMHP DRAFT CMHP DRAFT TWG reviews draft CMHP Submit CMHP to Governor Deliver CMHP to SAMHSA Task groups share strategies with subcommittees and modify if needed

Employment and Housing Goals Presentation Lynn Davison & Lynnae Ruttledge

Employment and Housing Goals

Presentation

Lynn Davison & Lynnae Ruttledge

Resource Inventory / Needs Assessment Presentation Dennis McBride Judy Hall Eric Bruns Liz Kohlenberg

Resource Inventory / Needs Assessment

Presentation

Each Task Group will be presenting their work to the TWG. The TWG will be asked to decide whether the task groups’ proposals are accepted for inclusion into the CMHP Discussion should focus on whether the TWG agrees with the strategies and/or the principles. Key questions include: Are these the “right” strategies and/or principles? Is this an appropriate framework? Are there any specific strategies that we cannot live with? Are there others that may be needed? Presentation of Strategies

Each Task Group will be presenting their work to the TWG.

The TWG will be asked to decide whether the task groups’ proposals are accepted for inclusion into the CMHP

Discussion should focus on whether the TWG agrees with the strategies and/or the principles. Key questions include:

Are these the “right” strategies and/or principles? Is this an appropriate framework?

Are there any specific strategies that we cannot live with?

Are there others that may be needed?

Each of the task groups developed a set of overarching, or broad-based principles as a framework for developing their specific strategies. These will be highlighted by each of the task groups and if approved will guide their work in subsequent years Other strategies are specifically geared towards one or more of the outcomes approved at the April 21st TWG meeting Each of the Task Groups believes that their work has just begun The timelines for developing the first cut were very aggressive. In some cases, there was not enough known to form detailed strategies. Presentation of Strategies

Each of the task groups developed a set of overarching, or broad-based principles as a framework for developing their specific strategies.

These will be highlighted by each of the task groups and if approved will guide their work in subsequent years

Other strategies are specifically geared towards one or more of the outcomes approved at the April 21st TWG meeting

Each of the Task Groups believes that their work has just begun

The timelines for developing the first cut were very aggressive. In some cases, there was not enough known to form detailed strategies.

Task Group Presentations

Task Group Presentations

Evidence-, Consensus-Based/ Promising and Emerging Practices Task Group Chair: Mark Snowden, MD, MPH Associate Professor UW Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Decision Point Does the TWG accept the scope of the Task Group’s strategies as set forth in their definitions of evidence-based, promising, and emerging practices, and system strategies? Does the TWG accept the strategies as proposed by the ECBPEP Task Group? Are there any strategies that the TWG cannot accept? Are there other strategies that should be included? Evidence- Consensus-Based, Promising, Emerging Practices

Decision Point

Does the TWG accept the scope of the Task Group’s strategies as set forth in their definitions of evidence-based, promising, and emerging practices, and system strategies?

Does the TWG accept the strategies as proposed by the ECBPEP Task Group?

Are there any strategies that the TWG cannot accept?

Are there other strategies that should be included?

Fiscal Task Group Chair: Rick Weaver, MA President/CEO Central Washington Comprehensive Mental Health

Fiscal Task Group

Chair: Rick Weaver, MA

President/CEO Central Washington Comprehensive Mental Health

Decision Point Does the TWG accept the approach proposed by the Fiscal Task Group to defer detailed strategies and instead define principles to help determine detailed strategies in Year 2 when more information is known? Are these the right principles? Fiscal Task Group

Decision Point

Does the TWG accept the approach proposed by the Fiscal Task Group to defer detailed strategies and instead define principles to help determine detailed strategies in Year 2 when more information is known?

Are these the right principles?

IT Task Group Co-Chairs: Katie Weaver Randall, MA Research Associate, Mental Health Division Washington Institute for Mental Illness and Research Liz Kohlenberg, PhD Director, DSHS Research and Data Analysis Division

Decision Point Does the TWG agree that the state should adopt strategies that will support linked and/or integrated data across systems? Does the TWG agree that the state should further explore ways to make data from multiple providers about encounters with individual consumers, available to those consumers and their multiple providers and case managers, "on the ground" in "real time"? IT Task Group

Decision Point

Does the TWG agree that the state should adopt strategies that will support linked and/or integrated data across systems?

Does the TWG agree that the state should further explore ways to make data from multiple providers about encounters with individual consumers, available to those consumers and their multiple providers and case managers, "on the ground" in "real time"?

Decision Point Does the TWG agree that the state should further explore the feasibility of a Global Consumer Information Center consumer level record for both public and privately funded mental health services? Does the TWG agree that the state should further explore the other strategies as proposed by the IT Task Group? Are there any strategies proposed that the TWG would prefer we not pursue at this time? Are there other IT strategies that should be explored? Does the TWG want a more detailed IT implementation proposal -- with resource estimates and an implementation timeline? When do they need that? IT Task Group

Decision Point

Does the TWG agree that the state should further explore the feasibility of a Global Consumer Information Center consumer level record for both public and privately funded mental health services?

Does the TWG agree that the state should further explore the other strategies as proposed by the IT Task Group? Are there any strategies proposed that the TWG would prefer we not pursue at this time? Are there other IT strategies that should be explored?

Does the TWG want a more detailed IT implementation proposal -- with resource estimates and an implementation timeline? When do they need that?

Cultural Competence Task Group Chair: Emilio Vela, Jr. Treatment and Prevention Policy Analyst Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse

Cultural Competence Decision Point Does the TWG accept the proposed overarching strategy to establish an Interdepartmental Coordinating Council on Cultural Competence? Does the TWG accept the supporting strategies as proposed by the Cultural Competence Task Group? Are there any strategies that the TWG cannot accept? Are there other strategies that should be included?

Decision Point

Does the TWG accept the proposed overarching strategy to establish an Interdepartmental Coordinating Council on Cultural Competence?

Does the TWG accept the supporting strategies as proposed by the Cultural Competence Task Group?

Are there any strategies that the TWG cannot accept?

Are there other strategies that should be included?

Evaluation Task Group Chair: Judy Hall, Ph.D Research Director Mental Health Division, HRSA

Evaluation Decision Point Does the TWG accept the Evaluation Recommendations proposed by the Evaluation Task Group? Are there any of these recommendations that the TWG cannot accept? Are there other recommendations that should be included?

Decision Point

Does the TWG accept the Evaluation Recommendations proposed by the Evaluation Task Group?

Are there any of these recommendations that the TWG cannot accept?

Are there other recommendations that should be included?

Social Marketing Social Marketing Chair: Heidi Keller Department of Health

Social Marketing Decision Point Does the TWG accept the research and design approach proposed by the Social Marketing Task Group? Are there any other target behaviors that the TWG believes should be incorporated? Are there other change agents who should be included?

Decision Point

Does the TWG accept the research and design approach proposed by the Social Marketing Task Group?

Are there any other target behaviors that the TWG believes should be incorporated?

Are there other change agents who should be included?

Wrap Up Questions?

Questions?

Wrap Up Sterling Associates will work with the Project Team to prepare the Comprehensive Mental Health Plan (CMHP) The draft plan will be posted for public viewing August 1 : TWG members will receive the draft CMHP for review August 4: TWG will meet to make final modifications and approve the CMHP Once approved, the CMHP will be submitted to the Governor’s office for review September 30: CMHP due to SAMHSA

Sterling Associates will work with the Project Team to prepare the Comprehensive Mental Health Plan (CMHP)

The draft plan will be posted for public viewing

August 1 : TWG members will receive the draft CMHP for review

August 4: TWG will meet to make final modifications and approve the CMHP

Once approved, the CMHP will be submitted to the Governor’s office for review

September 30: CMHP due to SAMHSA

Wrap Up Final comments or questions Please complete and return the evaluation Thank you!

Final comments or questions

Please complete and return the evaluation

Thank you!

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