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Medicaid Transformation Training Series
by
Cansler Collaborative Resources

ONLY for Trillium Network Providers

This 6 installment training series will walk you through the key elements of Medicaid Transformation:

  • 101 - Standard & Tailored Plans, Enrollment &  Eligibility, The Enrollment Broker
  • 102 - Care Management
  • 103 - Performance Measures
  • 104 - Whole Person Care for Specific  Populations
  • 105 - Value Based Purchasing
  • 106 - Network Capacity & Competencies

 Go to Provider.MyLearningCampus.org to view the trainings.

Upcoming Events

Check out what's happening in the counties we serve.

Sep 22, 2020

NCCDD Listening Session - Self Advocates

NCCDD is seeking input from self advocates across North Carolina on what issues matter to them and what they think NCCDD should work on to make NC a more inclusive state for people with I/DD! If you are a self advocate, take your advocacy to next level and register for our listening session.

Sep 22, 2020

Child Community Collaborative - Tri-County (Brunswick, New Hanover & Pender)

For more information, contact:

Kim Ellen Heck, MA, LPC, LCAS
System of Care Coordinator
Kim.Heck@TrilliumNC.org
1.866.998.2597

Sep 22, 2020

NCCDD Listening Session - Youth

NCCDD is hosting a listening session for its next Five Year State Plan, and wants to hear from young people with intellectual and/or other developmental disabilities. If you are 30 years old or under, sign up for our listening session and share what improvements you'd like to see for young people like you!

Sep 23, 2020

Addressing Trauma, Racism and Bias in Behavioral Health Service Delivery

This webinar explore the historic and systematic causes of these behavioral health access disparities, provider biases, and provide innovative strategies to address them within your respective programs.

Details and registration HERE