Under contract #15-92265 with the California Department of Health Care Services, CIBHS provides training to counties and providers implementing the Drug Medi-Cal Organized Delivery System (DMC-ODS) Waiver. In 2017, the primary emphasis will be in the following topic areas.
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Training will be provided by UCLA ISAP and by CIBHS Staff and consultants. DHCS will entertain requests for supplemental training or technical assistance on related topics on a case by case basis.
The DMC-ODS Waiver establishes the framework for a series of fundamental changes in the SUD treatment service delivery system in California. Counties and providers will be transitioning to a new set of business and clinical models, new regulatory requirements and new relationships within counties and with external entities. CIBHS is honored to be a partner with DHCS is helping to make the DMC-ODS Waiver a success for counties, providers, and patients.
The California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) is proud to present the Substance Use Disorders (SUD) Statewide Conference, entitled “Focusing the SUD Systems of Care Toward Recovery.” To focus the SUD systems of care toward recovery, language, culture, and spirit of recovery are essential throughout prevention, treatment, and recovery. This year’s conference will promote the opportunities and challenges to accomplish this. The conference will take place August 22-24 at the Sheraton in Pomona, California. The call for presenters is now open until April 5, 2017.
Training will be provided by UCLA ISAP and by CIBHS Staff and consultants. DHCS will entertain requests for supplemental training or technical assistance on related topics on a case by case basis. Please see our training plan below for a description of services provided over the term of the DMC-ODS Waiver.
Our training calendar for 2016 is also available for download. Please note that the dates may be subject to change depending on the availability of local venues as we work with counties to schedule training events. However, the number of trainings and the specific topics are set for the counties/regions in each phase of Waiver implementation.