REGISTRATION

Minnesota Psychiatric Society Fall Educational Meeting
Minnesota’s Mental Health Access Traffic Jam:
Coming Together to Build a Better Roadmap
 
Saturday, November 23, 2019
8 am - 5 pm (Check in and breakfast opens at 7:30 am)
 
Minneapolis Marriott West
9960 Wayzata Boulevard, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55426

Jointly sponsored by the America Psychiatric Association and the Minnesota Psychiatric Society
 

AGENDA – November 23, 2019 – MPS Fall Program

7:30–8:00am

Check-In/Continental Breakfast/Exhibits

8:00 – 8:05am

Welcome, Overview, Partner Organizations
- MPS Program Committee Chair Larry Hook, MD

8:05 – 8:20am

Patient Story – Impact on a Personal Level
- Former state Representative Mindy Greiling

8:20am – 9:30am

Keynote – Helping our Patients in Crisis: The Art, Science, and Systems of
Emergency Psychiatry
- Scott A. Simpson MD, MPH, Medical Director, Psychiatric Emergency Services,
Denver Health Medical Center; Program Director, Emergency Psychiatry Fellowship;
Associate Professor, University of Colorado School of Medicine

9:30am – 9:45am

Break/Exhibits

9:45am – 10:45am

Corrections & Public Safety Intersection:
Hennepin County’s Shift in Corrections & Public Safety
- Hennepin County Sherriff Dave Hutchinson

10:45–11:45am

Safety Net, EDs, Bed Capacity & Transitions
Discussion: What should we know about DHS and Community placement limits?
- DHS: Kylee Ann Stevens, MD, DFAPA; Matt Kruse, MD
- Allina: Joe Clubb, MSW, LICSW; Cory Kissling, BS, RN, CFRN, EMT-P

11:45am–12:45pm

Lunch/Exhibits/Networking

12:45–1:45pm

PANEL - What Emergency Physicians and Psychiatrists Want Each Other to Know
2 Emergency Physicians: Eric Haug, MD; Michael Schwemm, MD
2 Psychiatrists: Rich Levine, MD; Kathleen Heaney, MD, DFAPA
Moderator: Scott Simpson, MD

1:45–3:00pm

Expanded Community Care Models
CCBHCs, ACT Teams, Forensic ACT Teams, Crisis Teams/Crisis Homes, Community
Paramedics / Drug & Mental Health Courts / Police MH Units / County Stepping Up Initiative
- Steve Harker, MD, DFAPA; John Vuchetich, MD, DFAPA; Sue Abderholden, MPH;
  Robert Jones, MD, DFAPA

3:00–3:15pm

Break/Exhibits/Networking

3:15–3:45pm

ED Transitions and Shared Standards for Mental Health
Regional Results & Initial Findings recommendations
- Tani Hemmila, MS, Team Director, ICSI
- Larry Hook, MD, CentraCare
- Ilsa Anderson, RN, BSN; Essentia Health

3:45–4:15pm

Critical Crossroads: Pediatric Mental Health Care in the Emergency Department
A Care Pathway Resource Toolkit
- Mary Beth Lardizabal, DO, DFAPA

4:15–4:45pm

Moving Forward: MACMHP Initiative
Grant to support ongoing structure and collaboration
- Jin Palen, Executive Director, MACMHP

4:45–5pm

Summary: Larry Hook, MD

Minnesota ERs are being inundated with psychiatric patients, who often wait for long periods waiting for their appropriate next destination. Often, roadblocks elsewhere in the system contribute to this issue. Everyone feels the impact, whether they are a patient, a provider, a caregiver, a public safety officer or first responder, a legislator, or family member. It’s a complicated, multi-faceted, problem that calls for a statewide solution. Many have studied the situation and this program brings them together to share, learn, brainstorm, dream and ACT to build a better roadmap. We will hear from individuals and systems, look at transitions of care and learn about investments in bridge-building solutions to address those intersections. We have all been stuck in traffic for too long. It’s a matter of public safety. Now is the time to come together and construct a smoother pathway for the future.

MPS thanks our partners for their collaboration and involvement in this event!

Minnesota Association of Community Mental Health Programs (MACMHP)
Institute for Clinical Systems Improvement (ICSI)
Minnesota Society of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (MSCAP)
Minnesota Medical Association (MMA)
NAMI Minnesota

Personal Information
Registration Rates
Registration includes continental breakfast, lunch, and breaks.
Materials will be provided digitally to all participants.
Paper copies are also available for $15.

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