This training will review the essential parts of a billable note for individual and group treatment, share examples of effective progress notes, demonstrate how to modify notes to meet the required criteria, and review how to document using evidence-based treatment modalities.
Jordana Rutigliano is the Assistant Vice President for Psychosocial Services with the Institute for Family Health, one of the largest community health center networks in New York with centers spanning through the city and into the upstate Hudson Valley Region. In this role, Ms. Rutigliano assists in the administrative and clinical oversight of a behavioral health department of over 200 diverse social services and behavioral health providers. Ms. Rutigliano has also served as Director of Quality Assurance and Compliance Officer for a community-based nonprofit agency, has an extensive knowledge of regulatory and documentation requirements.
Webinar and supporting documents can be accessed at: http://uwaims.org/alamedacounty/training.html.