Behavioral Healthcare Leadership Summit

August 8 – 11, 2015

to be held in conjunction with the

National Conference on Addiction Disorders
St. Louis Union Station Hotel | St. Louis, Missouri

Created for executives, managers, and future leaders in behavioral health organizations, the Behavioral Healthcare Leadership Summit—the management track of the National Conference on Addiction Disorders (NCAD ’15)—will engage participants in an intense, multi-day dialogue about key business and clinical-care topics in the business of treatment and recovery from mental health and substance use disorders.

In executive-focused panel sessions at the Leadership Summit, you’ll join with expert panelists to examine a range of strategic issues facing public and private provider organizations, hospitals, and treatment centers, including:

  • The implications of current and anticipated changes in service payment practices amid the push for parity and greater service integration.
  • The political, medical, and market forces driving Medicaid and health insurance expansion.
  • The merits and pitfalls of patient confidentiality legislation—CFR 42, Part 2—in light of increasing pressures for industry consolidation and change.

In addition, Summit participants can engage in timely and practical presentations, workshops, and discussions involving these topics:

  • Creating the organization of the future
  • Building a telehealth infrastructure
  • Branding and marketing your business
  • Quality and outcomes measurement
  • New directions in advocacy

Summit Updates

Take care of yourself so you can care for your patients

August 25, 2014     Julie Miller

Use good self-care practices so you can offer your best to your patients

The evolution of behavioral healthcare facilities and emerging trends

August 25, 2014     Megan Combs
At the Behavioral Healthcare Leadership Summit (BHLS), architects Jim Hunt and Kevin Turner discussed the evolution of BH facility design. 

11 best practices in branding and lead generation

August 25, 2014     Julie Miller

Online marketing campaigns can be optimized to improve goodwill and generate more leads through better testing and measurement