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Behavioral Health Providers

Partners For Kids credentials behavioral health providers, including psychiatrists, psychologists, licensed independent social workers, licensed professional clinical counselors and licensed independent marriage and family counselors.

Project ECHO

The ECHO model empowers clinicians to provide better care to more people: right where they live.

Learn more about ECHO, access upcoming series and register.

Programs and Benefits
PFK member practices receive several advantages:
Provider Incentive Program

Our incentive program makes quarterly payments based on access measures:

  • An additional access incentive is paid to behavioral health providers participating in the Partners For Kids network
  • In 2020, the access incentive will be converted to a quality metric-based incentive.

Provider Incentive Program

Collaboration

Our primary care network includes more than 350 primary care specialists. We can help facilitate collaboration between the primary care and behavioral health providers within our network.

Credentialing

We provide credentialing for behavioral health providers including psychologists, psychiatrists, licensed independent social workers, licensed professional clinical counselors and licensed independent marriage and family counselors for all five Medicaid Managed Care Plans.

Provider Relations

Our Provider Relations specialists provide monthly updates regarding PFK and payor initiatives. They are also available to assist with credentialing and in resolving claims issues with the managed Medicaid plans.

Quality Improvement Coaching

We offer free, quality improvement coaching for behavioral health organizations. Our experts will work directly with you to develop customized QI projects, with a focus on helping you meet important HEDIS and quality measures. Practices select from a list of issues to make their focus. That list includes:

  • Patient Engagement
  • Follow Up after Hospital Discharge

View the specific projects below.

A Partners For Kids quality improvement specialist will come on-site to help guide the projects. The team and the quality improvement specialist will meet regularly to share ideas for change and test changes. The improvement process at the practice is then supported through participation in a learning network in where diverse practices share best practices. Through this evidence-based approach, practices participating in similar programs have experienced success in increasing delivery rates of behavioral health services and improving relationships, communication, and efficiency among staff and providers. By participating in a quality improvement project, you may be eligible to receive Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Part IV credit.

Behavioral Health Portfolio

Patient Engagement in Psychosocial Services

Ensure new patients (who have not been seen in the organization in the prior 90 days) are engaged in initial and follow up care

7 Day Follow Up after Hospital Discharge

Ensure patients who have been discharged from the hospital are seen by a mental health provider within 7 days after discharge

Resources

Check out these resources to help your practice:

CURRENT NETWORK MEMBERS

Boundless ∙ Buckeye Ranch ∙ Hopewell Health Centers ∙ Integrated Services for Behavioral Health ∙ Life and Purpose Services, Inc. ∙ Lighthouse Counseling Services ∙ Mid-Ohio Psychological Service ∙ National Youth Advocate Program ∙ Necco ∙  North Community Counseling Centers ∙ Providers for Healthy Living ∙ United Methodist Children’s Home The Village Network

Interested in becoming a provider with Partners For Kids?

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