Through the Accelerating Reform Initiative, participants will gain tools to increase momentum for efforts they’ve already started to prepare for change.
The first ACTION Campaign was an 18-month initiative aimed at bringing addiction treatment and recovery support providers together to improve how addiction treatment services are provided. ACTION Campaign resources are free and available to all.
The ACTION Campaign II focuses us on helping behavioral health care organizations reduce costs, improve services, and increase revenue.
Developing and testing a computer-based alcohol use disorder recovery system.
Promoting the use of evidence-based practices by treatment providers through innovative partnerships between providers and single state agencies.
Giving addiction treatment program leaders tools to benchmark financial, operational, and clincial performance indicators.
Online training programs designed to help teams quickly build the skills and knowledge required to meet the challenges and opportunities of healthcare reform.
NIATx has been providing technical assistance to drug courts and offender reentry programs looking to increase access to and retention in evidence-based programs and treatment.
Discretionary grantee's will receive coaching to improve on their spread and sustainability of process improvement.
Helping pregnant and post-partum women by increasing the involvement of family members in their recovery.
Giving community health centers and their substance abuse treatment organization partners, the tools and technical assistance needed to integrate substance abuse treatment services into their operations.
NIATx, in collaboration with the Kansas Association of Addiction Professionals (KAAP), is providing technical assistance to Kansas behavioral health providers to facilitate more coordinated, efficient and integrated systems of care in preparation for the changing landscape of health care delivery wi
This 22-month long project tests strategies to facilitate medication-assisted treatment (MAT) and enhance integration of medical care and addiction treatment within Aetna Behavioral Health.
NIATx 200 is a randomized trial that will focus on the adoption of improvement strategies to increase admissions and continuation and reduce no-shows and wait time to treatment.
This webpage contains materials gathered from participants in various learning collaborations and presentations from the experts and coaches leading them.
This CSAT-funded project seeks to improve access to and retention in opioid addiction treatment.
NIATx Partnering with New Payers is designed to teach substance abuse treatment organizations the ABCs of partnering with private sector payers, including self insurers, employee assistance programs, managed care companies, and insurance companies.
The NIATx Puerto Rico program launched in September 2009 with funding from the University of Puerto Rico. The program will teach providers in Puerto Rico the NIATx model of process improvement.
Selected states will participate in this CSAT sponsored learning collaborative designed to spread and sustain their NIATx projects.
NIATx will draw on its experience in designing change strategies and building collaboratives in behavioral health to create a tailored framework for reducing inpatient readmissions in designated count
The Business Practices for the Future Learning Collaborative will give providers the tools and technical assistance needed to build their business systems and fully participate in third-party billing.
This randomized controlled trial will test ways to implement buprenorphine through payer-treatment agency partnerships with Ohio counties.
Studying the flow of data in eight substance abuse treatment agencies for three major processes: admission, discharge, and transfer between levels of care.
The Strengthening Treatment Access and Retention –State Implementation (STAR-SI) program is an infrastructure cooperative agreement program that promotes state-level implementation of process improvement methods to improve access to and retention in outpatient treatment.
The purpose of this project is to conduct a retrospective analysis of the VA Mental Health System Redesign Initiative to assess attributes associated with the likelihood that change will be sustained.
NIATx spent the last year investigating the implementation of electronic behavioral health record technology with a learning collaborative of behavioral health providers from across Wisconsin.
- Clara Boyden
Manager, Alcohol and Other Drug Services(AOD)
County of San Mateo
Behavioral Health and Recovery Services (BHRS)