Webinars

The Disability Network Business Acumen Center holds a call or webinar on a monthly basis with partners concerning topics of interest to those who work in the field. Notes, PowerPoint presentations, and an audio recording from each call can be found below. Information on upcoming webinars is disseminated through the Disability Network Business Acumen Center’s distribution list; to join, please visit http://www.nasuad.org/community-opportunities/stay-informed.

June 28, 2017: Are We Saying the Same Thing? The Language of Long Term Services and Supports and Managed Care

The words people and organizations use demonstrates their perspective on an issue and provides a frame of reference for discussions. However, different fields, populations and organizations have varying degrees of understanding and use of the terminologies used by those they may want to do business with. Community Based Organizations (CBO)  looking to work with new integrated care/service systems such as Managed Long-Term Services and Supports (MLTSS) need to understand the common terminology used in those systems. Join us on June 28, 2017 from 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. ET to learn more about how the use of a common language can help further your efforts to develop collaborative relationships with health plans and other integrated care or service systems while continuing to further your mission. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Recognize the business terminology used in managed care ​
  • Understand how the terminology used in integrated care/service systems relate to long term services and supports
  • Gain an understanding of common business terminology

Registration

May 24, 2017: What CBOs Need to Know: Managed Long-Term Services and Supports (MLTSS)

As a Community Based Organization (CBO)*, your mission is rooted in supporting people with disabilities and/or older adults to have vibrant and meaningful lives in their community. Part of fulfilling that mission is staying up to date on efforts to move toward greater integrated health care, primarily through Managed Long-Term Services and Supports (MLTSS). This webinar discussed the basics of what a MLTSS program is and how community based organizations, states, and the health plans responsible for the management of the long-term services and supports can work together.

PowerPoint Presentation
Recording of Webinar
MLTSS Webinar Evaluation

April 26, 2017: Business Acumen 101: Modernizing Your Community Based Business in a Changing Environment.
“Where your mission meets the road”

The Disability Network Business Acumen Center will be hosted a webinar for Community Based Organizations (CBO)*, whose mission is rooted in supporting people with disabilities and/or older adults to have vibrant and meaningful lives in their community. This mission is achieved through a culture and philosophy that values person-centered practices which in turn has yielded a highly customized and community specific provider network. With the movement toward integrated health care, join the Disability Network Business Acumen Center to learn more about national efforts to help CBOs sharpen their business skills in order to translate their mission and expertise into value-add partnerships with a variety of payers including managed care organizations.

PowerPoint Presentation
Recording of Webinar
Business Acumen 101 Webinar Evaluation

 

*CBO is a broad term to describe local organizations that offer community living services and supports to advance the health, well-being, independence, and community participation of people with disabilities and older adults. CBOs include Centers for Independent Living, developmental disability organizations, University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities Education, Research & Service, behavioral health organizations, Protection and Advocacy Agencies, Area Agencies on Aging, aging services organizations, faith-based organizations, Native American tribal organizations (American Indian/Alaskan Native/Native Hawaiian), nutrition program providers and other local service providers for persons with disabilities and/or older adults