Leveraging Health System Reform with Innovative Collaborations
Thursday, May 5, 2016
This meeting focused on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and the intersection of health care reform and violence prevention opportunities and partnerships. Expert presentations were followed by small group discussions centered around medical homes for youth, mental health and substance abuse treatment, justice-involved populations, community and population health, and school-based services. This meeting discussed how reform efforts in healthcare are part of the broader violence prevention and healthy communities conversation.
- Sherie Arriazola, Health Policy Administrator, TASC
- Deb McCarrel, Policy Associate, Illinois Collaborative on Youth (ICOY)
- Peter Palanca, MA, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, TASC (Treatment Alternatives for Safe Communities)
- Emily Smith, LCPC, CADC, MBA, Director of Partner Relations & Marketing, Be Well Partners in Health
Link to panelists' full bios.
- Affordable Care Act Special Enrollment for Domestic Violence
- CMS: Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act
- US Dept. of Labor: Mental Health Parity
- Covered Preventative Services
- Secondary Traumatic Stress Fact Sheet
- Essential Elements of a Trauma-Informed Juvenile Justice System
- Spring 2016 Issue of Journal of Juvenile Justice