Building Bridges Initiative & Magellan Health webinars
Magellan Health Services and the Building Bridges Initiative are pleased to offer thie following webinars.
Successful Culture Change Strategies Used By Residential Programs to Achieve Transformation Towards Sustained Positive Outcomes
November 7, 2012 1:00-2:30pm EDT
Residential providers are noted for continually making improvements to their practices. The Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) calls for more than just practice improvement; it calls for a total transformation – from residential as a placement to residential as an intervention – from providing most services within the residential program to providing most services in the community. This type of transformation requires leaders with expertise in successful culture change. Please join this webinar to learn how different leaders have approached the culture change process and about successful strategies they have used to achieve organizational transformation and improved permanency for youth and families served.
Best Practices in Using Data to Inform Practice and Tracking Long-term Outcomes for Residential Programs and their Community Counterparts
October 11, 2012 1:00-2:30pm EDT
The Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) is committed to supporting positive outcomes for youth and families touched by residential interventions, and their community counterparts. BBI’s Outcomes Workgroup recently finalized a document, “A Building Bridges Initiative Tip Sheet: Evaluating and Improving Outcomes for Youth who have Received Residential Services”. The Outcomes Tip Sheet outlines a framework for achieving measurable, long-term outcomes; promoting mutual accountability among residential and community programs, families, payers and regulators; and for using data to inform decision making. This webinar provides both detail to the Tip Sheet framework and examples of how entities and organizations at different stages of transformation and implementing best practices consistent with BBI principles are using data to inform practice and measuring long-term outcomes.
Fiscal Strategies that Support the Building Bridges Initiative Principles
November 10, 2011 1:00-2:30pm EDT
The Building Bridges Initiative’s Fiscal/Policy Workgroup has been working for two years to identify states, counties, and agencies across the country that have implemented promising and best practices consistent with BBI principles, and which result in documented positive outcomes for youth and families served. Join a panel of knowledgeable fiscal professionals, as well as representatives from entities that have changed outcomes based on successful fiscal strategies, to increase your knowledge base about a range of fiscal strategies that support positive outcomes.
Engage Us: The Family and Youth Engagement Guides for Residential Providers
October 27, 2011 1:00-2:30pm EDT
The Building Bridges Initiative’s Family Advisory Network (consisting of family members from across the country whose own children have been or are currently being served in residential programs) and the Youth Advisory Group (youth and advocates who have been or are currently being served in residential programs) have developed two guides for successfully engaging youth and families. Join a panel of family members, youth, and advocates who will share what works for engaging youth and families served by residential programs and their community counterparts. If you have ever struggled to partner with families and/or youth, you will gain understanding about how to change and/or improve your strategies.
Using the BBI Self Assessment Tool to Support the Implementation of Best Practices
December 3, 2010 2:00-3:30pm EST
The Self-Assessment Tool (SAT) offers communities and residential organizations an opportunity to engage family members, youth, and partners in evaluating their services and systems based on the practices and principles of BBI. Join a panel of representatives from residential and community programs, family members, and youth to learn about the tool and their successes and challenges in using it to make improvements in their organizations and communities.
Best Practices in Operationalizing Family-driven Care and Youth-guided Care in Residential Programs
Tuesday December 7, 2010 2:00-4:00pm EST