Skip to main content

Policy/Public Implications of Substance Use Disorders

Symposium Webinar
Friday, October 9, 2020 - 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm EDT

Addressing the opioid epidemic regionally and at the state level requires clinical as well as public health initiatives. The development of policies and the role of public health officials in addressing access to care, influencing payment models, and impacting the development of new initiatives to combat substance use on a population level are crucial to the success of any mental health or substance use program. This conversation will take a closer look at the role of policies and how to incentivize programs to improve the care of individuals with substance use disorders.

Register Now!

*If you are interested in receiving CMEs or CEUs for this webinar, please visit this website.

About the Symposium:

The theme of this year’s Department of Psychiatry Collaborative Care and Wellness Division Annual Symposium on Behavioral Health Integration is Treatment on Demand and the Ecosystem of Recovery: Helping Patients and Communities Recover from the Opioid Crisis. Throughout the month of October, presenters will discuss strategies for addressing the opioid epidemic with a focus on rural communities.

Presenters

Image
Photo of Dr. Michael Mendoza
Michael Mendoza, MD, MPH
Dr. Michael Mendoza is Commissioner of Public Health for Monroe County and Associate Professor at the University of Rochester in the Departments of Family Medicine, Public Health Sciences, and Nursing.
Image
Photo of Marc Manseau
Marc Manseau, MD, MPH
Dr. Marc Manseau serves as the Chief of Medical Services for the New York State Office of Addiction Services and Supports. Appointed to this role in April 2019, he serves on the agency’s Executive Team and provides medical consultation and leadership on topics related to agency policy, the certified-and-funded addiction treatment provider system, and agency-operated clinical services.