The NYS Office of Addiction Services And Supports (OASAS) in collaboration with Center on Addiction are hosting several summits to review the fundamentals of person-centered care within the OTP system on an organizational and clinical level.
Are you a provider working within an opioid treatment program who’s interested in learning about the transition to person-centered care? This one-day summit will review the core values of person-centered care in an opioid treatment program setting.
Topics will include:
• The fundamentals of person-centered care
• The differences between organizational and clinical level person-centered care
• The rationale for shifting to a person-centered approach to care
• Discussion of person-centered care as an evidence-based practice
• Integrating person-centered care with the OTP setting
This will be a hands-on training that will allow you to review the fundamentals of person-centered care, as well as exercise that knowledge as you explore clinical and organizational examples of person-centered care within the OTP setting. OASAS is pleased to be partnering with the Center on Addiction to provide this informative one-day session. Agenda The morning session will focus on reviewing and discussing the fundamentals of person-centered care. This will include an overview of person-centered care within the OTP system on an organizational and clinical level. The Afternoon session will include a discussion of clinical examples of person-centered care. This allows providers to consider how person-centered care can be operationalized on multiple levels.