Assessment to Discharge -Planning for Patient-Centered Care
This training provides a participant involved learning experience of process of developing a patient-centered treatment plan and documenting treatment provided under that plan. From information gathered in the assessment process, participants will develop an initial treatment plan; document treatment by writing a progress note; and finally discuss discharge planning.
Upon completing this training, participants will be able to:
1) Identify how well designed queries can help clinicians to conduct more patient-centered assessments and identify both personal and treatment relevant goals
2) Write a treatment plan using a problem identified in the assessment process: Problem and treatment goal will be operationally stated with measurable, time-limited objectives that describe client and treatment staff responsibilities.
4) Demonstrate an ability to write concrete, objective progress notes that relate to the client’s current participation, progress toward identified goals and objectives, and describe future actions to be taken which will further progress in treatment.
5) Identify the critical elements of a discharge plan
Registration begins at 8:30 AM. Please arrive early to allow ample time to sign in before registration begins.
Free; Lunch on your own
Who Should Participate?
This training is provided for Behavioral Health (Mental Health and Substance Abuse) counselors, supervisors, and clinical administrative staff.
Participants will receive a certificate of attendance. Continuing education credit is not availble for this event.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Kim Waterman – firstname.lastname@example.org
Maleah Novak - email@example.com