1 Telehealth and School-Based Health Centers: Lessons and Best Practices from Early Adopters March 10, 2016
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4 Webinar Archives Access previous webinars Mapping Tool Introduction Findings from the Census Policy & Advocacy Confidentiality in School-Based Health Care Vision Screening 101 School-Based Health Alliance Tools
6 Why the School-Based Health Alliance? All children and teens deserve to thrive We have proven solutions to solving health care access gaps of young people The distribution of health in our nation need not be inequitable or unjust
7 We Believe In the transformational power of the health and education intersection
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9 A school-based health center is a shared commitment between a community s schools and health care organizations to support students health, well-being, and academic success by providing preventative, early intervention, and treatment services where students are: in school.
10 Today s Presenters Carlos Mena, MS Steve North, MD, MPH Kari Collins, Ph.D. Tammy Greenwell, MPH
26 Why SBHCs via Telemedicine?
27 5 years 4 counties 30 schools 1500 sq. miles 4.5 FTE admin One FNP
28 Primary Care Services Peripherals NO LIST!! Integration & collaboration with primary care Return to class!!
29 Telehealth Presenter School Nurse? Training Requirements? Other options? Licensed professional? Skill sets?
31 School nurses who use telehealth can further meet the health needs of children in their care Cori A. Reynolds, RN Erin D. Maughan, PhD, MS, RN, APHN-BC Telehealth in the School Setting: An Integrative Review The Journal of School Nursing 2015, Vol. 31(1) 44-53
32 Memorandums of understanding Provider Side Quality of care Maintain medical record and enrollments Serve on School Health Advisory Panel Provide boots on the ground Handle all billing Evaluate program and share results with school district School Side Support and promote the program Internet access (set minimums) Direct IT point of contact Secure and confidential space Arrangement around presenters Assist with enrollment process Additional space Assessments and collaboration
33 Contact Information Recent CRHI Telehealth Resource Webinar:
34 Establishing a Telepsychiatry Program Kari K. Collins, Ph.D. Director of Mental Health Services Montefiore Medical Center School Health Program (MSHP)
35 MSHP Mental Health Services Mental Health staff of 35 providers, including psychiatrists, licensed psychologists (PhD/PsyD), and licensed social workers (LCSW/LMSW), providing over 20,000 mental health visits annually at 23 elementary, middle and high school sites in the Bronx. All sites offer Article 28 services. In addition, MSHP operates two Office of Mental Health (OMH) clinics.
36 MSHP Mental Health Services Evaluation, Crisis intervention, Individual, family, and group counseling, Classroom observation and teacher consultation, Referral and coordination with outside agencies, Prevention and psycho-education, Mental health training, Psychiatric consultation, Psychopharmacology in conjunction with MSHP medical providers
37 Evolution of the MSHP Psychopharmacology Program Part time psychiatrist hired in 2003 to conduct on-site psychiatric evaluations and medication management at MSHP Article 28 sites. Models tried: 1) Site to site evaluations 2) Centralized site
38 Evolution of the MSHP Psychopharmacology Program In 2007, the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry began formally advocating for strategies to improve psychiatric access through the training of PCPs. We began to re-shape our psychiatric service to a consultation rather than direct-care model, with an emphasis on medical provider training so that psychopharmacology services for ADHD, mild/moderate depression and anxiety could be offered on site by our medical providers.
39 Evolution of the MSHP Psychopharmacology Program Since the initiation of our psychopharmacology program, 12 MSHP medical providers have been formally trained through the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry for Primary Care program (CAP-PC) program and 15 MSHP medical providers have attended other psychopharmacology training such as the program offered through the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
40 What is Telepsychiatry? A form of HIPAA compliant interactive video (ITV) conferencing that provides psychiatric services to patients through the use of computer based remote cameras and microphones. Telepsychiatry is also used for case consultation between psychiatrists, PCP s and other health care professionals.
41 Telepsychiatry Services According to the American Psychiatric Association, Telepsychiatry is currently one of the most effective ways to increase access to psychiatric care for individuals living in underserved areas. * *
42 Benefits of a Telepsychiatry Program Convenience of the school-based setting (e.g. less time out of school) Ease of referral (parent, school, health center provider) Increased compliance with appointments Coordination with teachers and school staff Increased continuity of care (coordination with health center MH and medical providers)
43 MSHP Telepsychiatry Program In Spring 2015, MSHP launched a pilot telepsychiatry program which has now been expanded to all 21 Article 28 sites. The Montefiore Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist is located and transmitting from the designated MSHP hub site to all spoke sites within the Montefiore School Health network.
44 MSHP Uses of Telepsychiatry Telepsychiatric services include: 1) Case consultation with spoke site medical/mh providers, 2) Case review of all psychopharmacology patients, 3) Teaching opportunities, and 4) Direct psychiatric evaluation as needed. Tele-technology is also currently being used for weekly clinical supervision of MSHP MH Providers (psychologists/sw). All tele- activities are carefully tracked by the MH supervisors and the MSHP psychiatrist.
45 Steps in Creating a Telepsychiatry Program Needs assessment (input from all key stakeholders) Information sharing (school, parents, patients) Development of policies and procedures (roles, responsibilities) Pilot Implementation Full Implementation
46 Steps in Creating a Telepsychiatry Program Technology selection: HIPAA compliant, encryption Technical specifications: bandwidth, resolution Hub/spoke considerations: location, privacy, backdrop Hardware: camera (zooming/panning/tilting) sound (microphones/headsets) lighting
47 MSHP Telepsychiatry Considerations Regulatory areas such as operating certificates, informed consent forms, and billing Contingency plan in case of equipment interruption or failure Guidelines for translation services Administration and use of patient/parent and provider satisfaction measures Development of written and web based promotional materials such as a telepsychiatry brochure for patients and parents
48 Resources Telemental Health Guide: Practice guidelines from the American Telemedicine Association (ATA): ATA Training Program: Delivering Online Video Based Mental Health Services o=n%26c=96%26t=3359
49 Rob Duffey, MD Pediatrics Blue Ridge Community Health Services
50 Mission To provide quality healthcare that is accessible and affordable for all. Vision Blue Ridge Community Health Services is an integrated health care home that exceeds customer expectations with a team that is both innovative and responsive to changes in health care.
51 We provide the communities we serve with: A health home for underserved people, improving public health, reducing the burden on hospital emergency rooms, and providing needed services such as free immunizations for uninsured children Affordable care for the uninsured with fees adjusted based on ability to pay A voice (through the consumer majority Board of Directors) in the operation of the health center Access to broader health insurance coverage as the SBHC assists uninsured patients enroll in Medicaid, CHIP, and other assistance programs
52 Since 2009, we have expanded school health services for children in the communities we serve by: Expanding School-Based Health Clinics o Three new SBHCs established: North Henderson High School (2009), Bruce Drysdale Elementary (2010), and Hillandale Elementary School (2011) o All sites offer comprehensive services: BH, medical, nursing, nutrition, health education Linked Schools (6 additional schools) students can be seen at existing SBHC sites; school provides transportation Tele-Counseling (6 additional schools) o Middle schools, high schools, and alternative school not currently serviced by an SBHC site MaryShell Zaffino, MD Family Medicine, Blue Ridge Health Center
53 Telehealth Counseling Project serves students in middle schools, high schools, and alternative school that do not currently have an SBHC program. Behavioral Health counselors (LPC, LCSW) located at AVMS and NHHS use videoconferencing technology to provide counseling services to remote sites. Accept referrals from school guidance counselor, community medical providers, parent/guardian, and student self referrals Permission for services combined with school health center permission and registration form Students are assessed for enrollment into the program with a minimum of (1) on-site visit from a behavioral health counselor and then all reoccuring sessions may occur via secure videoconferencing technology. Currently, 90 students have used this method of delivery
54 Telehealth Counseling First steps: Staff buy-in for service delivery School administration and guidance counselor buy-in for service delivery, secure locations for equipment, use of school connectivity Student buy-in for service delivery Funding (initial and ongoing): Initial funding for equipment provided by HRSA through an ACA Grant for SBHC Capital Program. Connectivity main issue during start up Equipment becomes quickly outdated Ongoing funding supported via patient revenue and grant funding Ongoing Challenges: Method of service delivery is not for every student selling the service BH counselor staffing/turnover School administration changes Costs for connectivity and support of technology Expand service to include group sessions between schools
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