Bringing Mental Health Services to the Front Line
Improving Mental Health Provider Directories is a hot button for regulators. How can health plans prepare? In this exclusive webinar, Quest Analytics’ Cari Lee sits down with three top Insurance Commissioners to discuss the direction state regulators and the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) are moving to determine if a behavioral health plan represents an adequate network in the market. Find out what’s changed, their thoughts on future requirements, and how your team can adjust the way you measure your network to meet the new assessments. It’s wisdom you can’t get anywhere else!
- Jessica Altman, Pennslyvania Commissioner
- Michael Conway, Colorado Commissioner
- Mike Kreidler, Washington Commissioner
Cari Lee, VP of Government Affairs, Quest Analytics
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Inside Edition with Cari Lee
State and federal regulators are focused on improving access to mental health services. Cari Lee, Vice President of Government Affairs, shares why this topic is a top priority, how regulators will measure network adequacy and what the plan for improvement looks like.
New Metrics are Critical to Addressing Mental Health Access Concerns
In the wake of COVID, regulators will be pushed to come up with new measurements to address concerns. For example, we’ve seen our regulator clients ask payers to provide more data points that include reporting additional types of mental health specialties; measuring providers with substance abuse prescribing capabilities; requiring certain ASAM levels of care within the network and evaluating which essential community providers can provide mental health services.
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