People First, Coordinated Care Listening Forum
The purpose of this forum is to obtain input from the people who use multiple services in the areas of health care, addiction, mental health, and developmental disabilities and their families regarding their experiences. We also welcome input from providers and others. Our goal is to obtain insight on how to improve quality and outcomes, as well as coordinate support for people who have needs across multiple systems.
Jun 06, 2007
from 12:00 PM to 02:00 PM
|Where||Performing Arts Center - Large Theater|
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Please join these New York State Commissioners in a dialogue to discuss the needs and desires of individuals and their families and your ideas about ways to better serve New Yorkers.
Registration begins at 11:15 a.m.
- RICHARD F. DAINES, M.D.
Department of Health (DOH)
- KAREN CARPENTER-PALUMBO, CSW
Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS)
- DIANA JONES RITTER
Office of Mental Retardation and
Developmental Disabilities (OMRDD)
- MICHAEL F. HOGAN, Ph.D.
Office of Mental Health (OMH)
- Where have you experienced easy and effective access to services?
- What problems have you experienced in accessing services?
- Are these problems more difficult when you need to access services from more than one provider or system?
- What services have been most difficult to obtain?
- What does high quality mean to you?
- What services do you feel are of high quality and meet your needs?
- Where do you think quality could be improved when accessing services from more than one provider system
Theme 3:Interagency Collaboration and Coordination of Care
- Do you feel your services are generally well coordinated?
- Are there specific areas where care is well coordinated?
- Do you have suggestions to help us improve coordination across systems?