Provider Training Resources
Supporting Management of Medical Conditions -
An Overview for Non-Medical Behavioral Healthcare Staff
This training provides an overview of hypertension, diabetes, and asthma management and is intended for behavioral healthcare line staff.
Integrated Managed Care (IMC) and Integrated Care Network (KCICN) Overview
- BHRD Provider Manual
- KCICN Behavioral Health Risk Stratification Screening Tool
- Behavioral health provider services reference guide
- King County FAQs from MCO Symposium
Workforce Training Calendar
Clinical Supervision II:
External Training Resources
Webinar: Supervision Strategies that Work for Everyone
Monthly Webinar Series
Washington State University's Peer Workforce Alliance & The Healthcare Authority of Washington State
Engage in a live webinar, with a monthly featured speaker, and learn about supervision strategies (that work for everyone).
Click here to register or check out future webinar training.
Webinar: Harm Reduction for Substance Use: Meeting People Where They're At
Thursday, April 25, 2019 12:00-1:00PM (PDT)
HealthierHere Partner Learning
Minimizing substance-related harm and enhancing quality of life are essential to improving health in our communities. Harm reduction approaches offer innovative strategies to meet those goals. Led by renowned expert Susan E. Collins, PhD, whose work was recently featured in The Seattle Times. Dr. Collins is a licensed psychologist and codirector of the Harm Reduction and Treatment (HaRRT) Center at the University of Washington - Harborview Medical Center. In this webinar, Dr. Collins will draw from over twenty years of experience in substance use research, assessment and treatment to help us understand harm reduction as it is implemented on the policy, population, community and individual levels. We will discuss the historical roots of harm reduction and examine the rationale for harm-reduction treatment as a policy and clinical practice.
King County Behavioral Health Organization Training
Provider Client Transition Forum #2 (2/29/16)
Training goal: To continue to provide information to help BHO providers successful plan for the transition of the clients to the new combined system of care as of April 1. Includes 2016 Benefit Model, Residential Treatment Authorization Process, and information on the IT/Data System. (See below for Transition Planning Forum #1)
Behavioral Health Organization Stakeholder Forum (2/22/16)
Training goal: To provide information for stakeholders who are not BHO providers but who may have clients who will need referral to behavioral health services and need to know how the system will change on April 1, 2016.
Provider Webinar (2/11/16): Using the Substance Use Disorder Residential Bed Tracking Tool
Training goal: To teach providers how to use the new residential bed tracking tool to determine availability when they need a bed for a client needing residential treatment services, a new line of business under the Behavioral Health Organization beginning April 1, 2016
- Webinar available here.
Provider Client Transition Training #1 (1/20/16)
Training goal: To learn more about transition planning for current clients beginning April 1 and ensure provider readiness for the transition from two separate systems to one combined system of care and a seamless transition for clients with no disruptions in service.
- King County Behavioral Health Organization (BHO) Fact Sheet
- King County BHO Outpatient and Opioid Treatment Protocols
- King County BHO Client Transition Plan Template
- Data Processing Provider Overview
- DBHR/King County BHO Release of Information (required)
- King County BHO Release of Information v. 3
- King County BHO Release of Information v. 4