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The field of behavioral health care is evolving rapidly, and we can help you keep pace. At this can’t miss annual event you will take part in sessions on the hottest behavioral health care topics and will gain a better understanding of upcoming changes at The Joint Commission, that will be helpful to your organization with compliance for the remainder of 2022 and will provide insight into compliance for revised and new standards for 2023. At this year’s event you will learn tips from Joint Commission experts for how to meet new, revised and challenging behavioral health care standards.
Attendees will have the option to choose between two tracks:
Track A: Designated for those organizations accredited under the Behavioral Health Care Accreditation Manual.
Track B: Designated for those organizations accredited under the Hospital Accreditation Manual.
The Behavioral Health Care Conference is an ideal opportunity for anyone providing care across all behavioral health care settings to discover new tools and resources, discuss practical strategies, and connect with colleagues and experts.
Psychologists, social workers, nurses, and counselors
Administrators, quality improvement, and risk management professionals
Health care organizations and agencies serving children, youth, and families
Psychiatric and acute care staff of addiction and opioid treatment programs
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