- Healthcare homes and the role of behavioral health
- Functions of accountable care organizations
- Evidence-based approaches for people with co-occurring disorders
John O’Brien, MA, Senior Advisor to the Administrator on Health Finance, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Mr. O’Brien has extensive experience in the design and implementation of system reform initiatives. He has provided consultation to more than 35 States and local human services authorities. His primary focus is assisting States in developing State plan amendments for mental health services, federal Medicaid Waivers, managed care vendor procurements and financing mental health, substance abuse and child welfare services and research of children’s behavioral health systems.
Charles Ingoglia, MSW, Vice President, Public Policy, National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare
Mr. Ingoglia has worked as a provider, advocate, and educator for government and public sector organizations for more than 15 years. Currently, he directs the federal affairs function of the National Council as well as its policy and technical assistance outreach to more than 1,700 member organizations across the nation. Most recently, his efforts have centered on key issues such as parity, healthcare reform, and increasing access and retention in community behavioral healthcare.
Dale Jarvis, CPA, Managing Consultant, Financial and Information Systems, MCPP Healthcare Consulting
Mr. Jarvis brings a diverse background as administrator, author and educator to healthcare organizations throughout the western United States. He has served as the financial director for healthcare organizations in Washington and Michigan. He also taught Healthcare Financial Management at the University of Washington School of Public Health.