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The Neuroscience Education Institute (NEI) is committed to help raise the standard of mental health by providing imaginative medical education that focuses on the highest level of learning. Each episode offers an opportunity to learn about current issues in psychiatry from key opinion leaders in the medical field. NEI's Podcast would be of value to anyone with an interest in neuropsychiatric diseases and psychopharmacology.
 
From the Oregon Center on Behavioral Health and Criminal Justice, this series shines a light on partnerships that are moving the dial, leading to better solutions and outcomes for people who may become involved with the justice system due to experiencing behavioral health, intellectual/developmental disabilities, or neurocognitive concerns. We talk with guests representing prominent voices from government, the judicial system, public safety, healthcare, and the broader community throughout m ...
 
The Called to Flourish Podcast covers mental health topics through a Catholic Christian perspective to highlight human dignity and help achieve an integrated healing process of the heart, mind, and soul. It is hosted by Fr. Charles Sikorsky, LC, JD, JCL, President of Divine Mercy University (DMU), and Thomas Cronquist, Director of Institutional Advancement at DMU. Divine Mercy University is a graduate school of mental health and spiritual development that integrates Catholic Christian anthro ...
 
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Digital technology can give organizations more data so that they have visibility not only into patients’ clinical profiles but also population health profiles and socioeconomic profiles. Our panel of experts will discuss how health plans can effectively tap the potential of digital technologies to improve care delivery, outcomes and equity for trad…
 
Risk adjustment is much more than a regulatory requirement for Medicare Advantage plans – it can improve the quality of care by providing an accurate picture of each member’s health status and ensuring each member receives the right interventions and treatment. Providers play an important role in risk adjustment, too. An engaged partnership between…
 
It’s astounding but not surprising that in addition to serving Kentuckians on a daily basis, many Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS) employees volunteer in their spare time. Today’s conversation is with Daniel J. Owens, human resources administrator with the Office of Human Resources and Management (OHRM), and community volunteer. The Fr…
 
In this episode, Dr. Andrew Cutler interviews Dr. Tiffany Greenwood about the intersection of genetics, personality traits, temperament and cognitive traits in bipolar disorder and creativity. What is psychiatric genetics? What is known about dopamine’s role in creativity? Dr. Tiffany Greenwood address these questions and much more. Dr. Greenwood r…
 
Engaging high-needs Medicare and Medicaid members can be a huge barrier to better health and a consistent challenge for even the most innovative health plans. In order to successfully engage these members, health plans must meet them in the communities they live and work and provide the right solutions and resources. Our expert panel of leaders fro…
 
Michelle Brandsma, MS CADC III QMHP-C, Greater Oregon Behavioral Health, Inc. Substance Use Disorder/Trauma Informed Care Manager discusses: Naloxone distribution program and how it saves lives by reversing narcotic overdoses (e.g., fentanyl or heroin) Reducing the stigma of addiction Medication Assisted Treatment as a medical intervention supporti…
 
There was a time when health equity was a new term and social determinants of health was a new concept for Kentucky. Our Cabinet, the Department for Public Health (DPH) and community partners have discovered that those terms are midstream indicators that impact health and health outcomes. There are also important systemic, institutional, and histor…
 
How has your work in psychiatry consulting and education made a difference in fighting racism on both the individual and structural level? What is your book “Social (In)Justice and Mental Health” about? In this episode, Dr. Sarah Vinson shares her extensive experience and perspective on the intersection between child and adolescent psychiatry, fore…
 
Socially Determined Co-Founder and CEO Trenor Williams, MD, talks with Eric about the importance of accessing and unlocking the potential of member demographic data, including race, ethnicity and language, to identify social risk. Specifically, he shared details of his organization’s partnership with CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield to optimize inter…
 
Loneliness is associated with worsening health-related quality of life, increased mortality, higher risk for a variety of physical and mental health conditions, and other poor health outcomes. While loneliness is typically applied to seniors, it can apply at any age. Michelle Bentzien-Purrington, SVP, Senior Vice President, MLTSS, Molina Healthcare…
 
Today’s conversation is about leadership. Not the type of leadership that you study in college or self-help literature. I’m talking about values-centered leadership based on equity, empowerment and program excellence. Along with these shared values, my guest Marta Miranda-Straub brings lived experience to her role as commissioner of the Department …
 
In this episode, Dr. Andrew Cutler interviews Dr. Diana Perkins on best practices for shared decision making and patient education. Optional CME/CE Credits and Certificate Instructions: After listening to the podcast, to take the optional posttest and receive CME/CE credit, click: https://nei.global/POD22-TD02 Learning Objectives: After completing …
 
Featuring: David Shulkin, MD, Former U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs Kacey L. Serrano, MPA, CPC, CRC, Director, Medicare Stars and Risk Adjustment, Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield Sean Libby, President, BeneLynk Today, 22% of Medicare Advantage members are veterans of the United States Armed Forces and 5% of Medicare Advantage members use th…
 
In this episode, Dr. Andrew Cutler interviews Mr. Marko Perko and Dr. Stephen Stahl about their newly released book “Tesla: His Tremendous and Troubled Life” and the intersection between Tesla’s genius, creativity, and bipolar disorder. How is your book unique from any book that’s been written on Tesla before? What is the main message that you’d li…
 
Today’s conversation is to honor those who died while serving in the United States military and mourn with friends and loved ones left behind. Heath Dolen is the Service Members, Veterans and their Families (SMVF) Behavioral Health Project Manager for the Kentucky Division of Behavioral Health (DBH) within the Kentucky Department for Behavioral Hea…
 
Rod Harwood, Older Adult Coordinator for Greater Oregon Behavioral Health, Inc., discusses: The growing aging population in the U.S. How Dementia impacts the senses and the brain Practical tips on how to provide accommodations when communicating with someone with Dementia The suicide rate among older adults What you can do to mitigate the impact of…
 
Why are you so passionate about mental health care in the primary care setting? When did you first experience your own challenges with mental health? What is your advice for mental health professionals and medical professionals when it comes to prioritizing their own mental health? In this episode, Dr. Linda Gask answers these questions and much mo…
 
Called to Flourish Podcast Episode 16: Multigenerational Families In this episode, we explore the concept of 3 generations or more living in the same space and how they can learn from each other, and the techniques to have a healthy family relationship. Our guest for this podcast is Dr. Kathie Erwin, an Associate Professor in the Master of Science …
 
Some of the most important work we do at the Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS) happens behind the scenes. The Kentucky Health Information Exchange (KHIE) is a perfect example. KHIE allows participants with certified electronic health records technology to access, locate, and confidentially share necessary health information with other h…
 
Reaching hard-to-reach populations takes heart, determination, and support. And it’s hard. Just because you’re communicating, doesn’t mean you’re connecting. Our panel explores ways health plans can make sure they meet their members where they're at and how to navigate the complicated outreach process. Panelists: Merrill Friedman, RVP, Inclusive Po…
 
In this episode, Dr. Andrew Cutler interviews Dr. Stephen Stahl on creativity in bipolar disorder. With this special series, brought to you by the NEI Podcast we will address a different theme in psychopharmacology every 3 months. Each theme is split into 3 parts, with one part released each month. This theme is on practical psychopharmacology. Epi…
 
In order to implement an effective SDOH strategy, healthcare organizations must develop an infrastructure to integrate both clinical and social interventions. Our panel of experts from Melanin & Medicine, MetroPlus Health, Priority Health, ProMedica, and Socially Determined shares best practices, lessons learned, and key considerations to help you …
 
Terry Schroeder, OHA Operation and Policy Analyst for the Certification and Licensure Department, and Jeffrey Gray, PhD, licensed psychologist, discuss: An overview of the role of the mental health examiner as a friend of the court who provides clarification around clinical aspects of a civil commitment hearing; Their role as a clarifier and a ques…
 
Prevention, detection and investigation of fraud, abuse, waste and mismanagement is a responsibility that the Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS) takes very seriously. The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) is in charge of investigating these and other matters related to the Cabinet and its programs. Today’s guest, Flo Brown, is a cert…
 
What led you to pursue a career in auditory neuroscience and what is the mission behind your laboratory, Brainvolts? What is the effect of bilingualism on Alzheimer’s disease? How can sound be used for the assessment of traumatic brain injury and other neurological conditions? In this episode, Dr. Nina Kraus addresses these questions and much more …
 
Dr. Jonah Mink, Medical Director of Health.io discusses how health plans can convert data into actionable insights by leveraging focused chronic care service providers with at-home or last-mile care or diagnostics. Jonah also shares how health plans are generating clinical results and revenue from partnerships with service providers and offers guid…
 
Today’s guest on CHFS Community is Jiji Masri, executive advisor with the Cabinet for Health and Family Services. Born in Lebanon, to a family who valued public service, Masri moved to Louisville to attend graduate school. After receiving an MBA, she spent time in banking and at a tech start-up before discovering her true calling. We talk about tha…
 
Achieving health equity begins with an ability to identify health disparities and their causes Without adequate data and measures, inequities remain unseen and unaddressed. Our expert panel discusses the importance of leveraging data and analytics to understand, measure, and support equity improvement efforts. They will share successful strategies …
 
In this episode, Dr. Andrew Cutler interviews Dr. Rajnish Mago on best practices for early detection and screening for tardive dyskinesia. Optional CME/CE Credits and Certificate Instructions: After listening to the podcast, to take the optional posttest and receive CME/CE credit, click: https://nei.global/POD22-TD01 Learning Objectives: After comp…
 
In what ways do we have the power to influence neuroplasticity? How would you define pathologic or dark neuroplasticity? Are there ways to enhance or preserve our circuits as a form of adaptive neuroplasticity? In this episode, Dr. Andrew Cutler interviews Dr. Stephen Stahl on dark neuroplasticity. With this special series, brought to you by the NE…
 
There are many unsung heroes at the Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS), and I am continually amazed at the tireless work you do to help everyday Kentuckians. Today’s guest, Julie A. Son, is a field services supervisor at the Department for Community Based Services (DCBS) Family Support Services. A lifelong resident of Princeton, she know…
 
Edward Jones, retired Judge and former Interim Executive Director of Oregon Public Defense Services (OPDS) discusses: What OPDS does; Long-term consequences of felonies and misdemeanors; How misdemeanors can snowball into more serious consequences; Asking ourselves: is this the right approach for this problem? Is it a criminal justice issue? A publ…
 
What was your personal experience with Match Day? What has your personal experience been like being transgender and how has this impacted your professional track when it comes to clinicians treating patients who are nonbinary or transgender? In this podcast episode, Dr. Mulkey addresses these questions and more about psychiatry residency and Match …
 
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