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Mobile Access Program (MAP)-related invited - Shared screen with speaker view
Brian Hart
26:38
For those who are using it successfully, can you speak to a percentage of cases that don't end up with a pick up order as a result of the I-Pad consultation?
Katie Oldakowski MCAT-MHACG
27:18
Are the iPad's taking place of your Mobile Crisis Teams dispatching in-person?
Don Kamin
27:21
I'll answer that at the beginning of the Q & A.
Jordan Sterman
28:27
Brian - approximately 73% of all MAP calls result in the resident remaining at the scene
Jordan Sterman
28:40
for all agencies combined
Laura Kelemen
29:29
Katie - yes. The iPads generally work effectively to have us in Niagara county not need to have a Mobile Team go out.
Brian Hart
31:06
Thanks.
Laura Kelemen
32:07
Like Ontario - we do the same. We have a variety of Hospital Diversion programs that do both Telephonic and in person follow up.
Nichole's iPhone
32:44
After the evaluations, are you still asking for a pick up order to be completed prior to transport?
Nichole's iPhone
38:30
Great, thank you!
Rebecca Kennis
42:41
Sorry to ask the techie question... what application are you using on the iPAD for these encounters?
Rebecca Kennis
44:27
thanks
Lynda’s iPhone
52:18
will this recording be sent out to the group? and I couldn’t find my raising hand emoji
Don Kamin
52:39
yes, but do you have another question?
Nichole's iPhone
52:50
How many calls are folks averaging on typical day/week
Jordan Sterman
55:29
jsterman@ccsi.org
Jordan Sterman
55:54
Nichole - it's hard to give a meaningful average for the number of calls that a particular agency has per day/week/month, just because it varies so much by agency and the size of their jurisdiction
Jordan Sterman
56:14
to give you a sense, on average, all agencies combined have about 30-35 calls per month
Nichole's iPhone
56:41
Thanks Jordan!
Brian Hart
56:44
Between the recent guidance from the state about appropriate situations to consider for pick up orders and admissions and this program, have admission rates at 9.39 psychiatric unit increased?
Tammy
57:15
This is for Chief Peenstra or others that are coming together after responding to those in need, to discuss cases--wondering how or doing this since we on the MH side are restricted by HIPPA etc. I'm guessing an MOU or having something in place helps facilitate this?
Jay Ulrich
57:16
How often are the MH providers able to bill insurances for these services (%)?
Daria Filipovic BHRT
57:47
I have to jump on another call, thank you all ! Daria Filipovic, Behavioral Health Response Team, Rockland County
slivaj
58:13
Don- can you send the updated guidance for 945 and 941 from MH law to be able to bring voluntary folks to crisis stabilization?
Jordan Sterman
59:24
https://www.nysenate.gov/legislation/laws/MHY/9.45https://www.nysenate.gov/legislation/laws/MHY/9.41
Orlando Vargas Jimenez
01:00:09
in comparison to an in person assessments what are the challenges and/or areas of opportunities when using MAP ?
Amy Mann
01:00:34
Catt Co does
Cassandra Cowley
01:01:54
@Brian Hart - For FL CPEP we are the ones who do the ipads and the psychiatric evaluations for the hospital, so if we and our psychiatrist are brining the patient in and feel they need admission we place them under legal status and either admit to our unit or transfer to an accepting hospital if we are full. I can't speak to those who the evaluation team is not the ones doing the ipad consult evaluation
Tammy
01:02:39
thanks everyone
slivaj
01:03:06
Thanks Jordan!
Brian Hart
01:06:20
Should do this at least qtrly
Amy Mann
01:06:32
i think this was very helpful thank you
Margaret Morse
01:06:43
I agree quarterly
Orlando Vargas Jimenez
01:06:53
thank you
Jessica Mitchell (Ontario)
01:06:55
sounds good to me
Lauren Greco
01:06:57
Thank you so much - very helpful! :)
DeniseO
01:06:58
We can do assessments by phone if no Internet is available.
SarahB
01:07:05
I like that idea
Deana Hodges
01:07:11
Thank you.
George Roets
01:07:19
quarterly works
Jodi McKay
01:07:20
brussell@lockportny.gov
Dave
01:07:56
I agree with the meetings. Thank You
Dave
01:08:42
Lt. Dave Morton Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office
Margaret Morse
01:08:55
Thank you Dr. Kamin!
DeniseO
01:08:56
Thank you!
Katie Oldakowski MCAT-MHACG
01:09:10
Thank you!
dcrist
01:09:23
Thank you!