The Healthy Students Promising Futures Learning Collaborative is pleased to announce our webinar series.
This webinar explores how states are adjusting their Medicaid programs to support the delivery of telehealth services—and what this could mean for students and for school-based healthcare providers.
- Mei Wa Kwong, Executive Director, Center for Connected Health Policy
- Lesley Scott-Charlton, Medicaid School Program Administrator, Ohio Department of Medicaid
- Bernadette Laughlin, Related Services Education Program Specialist, Ohio Department of Education
This webinar provides an overview of the past and present landscape of Medicaid behavioral health services in South Carolina; analyzes the challenges, responses, and opportunities related to school districts working with managed care organizations; and shares lessons from South Carolina’s work to integrate Medicaid behavioral health services with managed care.
- Shelley McGeorge, The Child Health Readiness Group
- Valeria Williams, The Child Health Readiness Group
- Roger Beardmore, The Child Health Readiness Group
School-based telehealth programs can play a key role in meeting the behavioral health needs of students. This webinar will provide an overview of how school telehealth programs are being utilized to provide behavioral health services, and provide an in-depth look at different models for delivering behavioral health services via school telehealth programs. Join us if you are interested in an in-depth look at how school behavioral telehealth programs work and how to address challenges that might arise in this work.
Speaker: Amanda Martin, Center for Rural Health Innovation
Parent and caregiver engagement — including legal consent — is a crucial component of successful efforts to increase children’s access to school health services and to create safe and supportive school environments. In this webinar, we looked at the basics for three kinds of “consent” – consent to treatment, consent to release information, and consent for insurance reimbursement. We explained applicable legal requirements, highlighting where state law and practice may come into play, and review key questions that might arise. We concluded with practical suggestions and strategies from the field on how to obtain consents.
- Rebecca Gudeman, National Center for Youth Law
School-based telehealth is increasingly being used in schools across the country to deliver health services to students. This webinar provides an overview of school-based telehealth and an in-depth look at different models for school telehealth programs, the players involved and how to address challenges that arise in this work. Join us if you are interested in an introduction to school-based telehealth or interested in learning more about how to explore opportunities related to telehealth in your state and/or school district.
Amanda Martin, Center for Rural Health Innovation