ASU's Doctor of Behavioral Health program to host conference in Las Vegas
The Nicholas A. Cummings Doctor of Behavioral Health Program at Arizona State University is hosting the Fall 2013 Integrated Behavioral Health Care Conference, Oct. 16-18, at the Westin Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The focus of the conference is advanced clinical and practice management skills taught by industry leaders. With a health care system that is constantly evolving, the conference aims to provide attendees with techniques on improving patient experiences, treating a variety of entire patient populations and reducing the cost of care.
“Just a few years ago, integrated behavioral health care was only just emerging,” Ronald R. O’Donnell, director of ASU’s Doctor of Behavioral Health program said. “Due to changes in health care, hospital CEO’s and other leaders are seeking professionals who can deliver on the promise of improved health outcomes to more people at lower costs. This conference will help arm those professionals with the skills they need to succeed in these areas.”
Fall 2013 Integrated Behavioral Health Conference, hosted by Arizona State University
The conference is open to students and professionals working in the areas of psychology, social work, counseling, mental health, substance abuse treatment, physicians, nurses and allied health professionals.
October 16-18, 2013
Westin Hotel, Las Vegas, Nev.
For more information about the conference, including registering for the event and the list of presenters, visit http://cabhp.asu.edu/events/DBH-2013.