SAE Publications & Webinars

SAE Webinar Presentation: SAE HCBS Consulting Services Overview

Date Released: September 2017
Contributors to the Presentation: Loan Mai, PhD and Amanda Estrine, MBA
PDF Version: SAE HCBS Consulting Services Overview

 

SAE Webinar Presentation: Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (MHPAEA): Improving Patient Care & the Bottom Line (Hosted by HANYS)

Hosted by the Healthcare Association of New York State (HANYS)
Date Released: April 2017
Contributors to the Presentation: Steven A. Estrine, PhDFrank McCorry, PhDAlex Hutchinson, MBABrian Baldwin, LCSW, and Maria (Sam) Josepher, MPA
PDF Version: Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (MHPAEA): Improving Patient Care & the Bottom Line
HANYS Webinar Recording: https://hanys.adobeconnect.com/p7x1xhyfnwj/

 

SAE PowerPoint Presentation: Kids Health Homes and Care Coordination Modeling

Date Released: December 2016
Contributors to the Presentation: Amanda Estrine, MBA and David Fazio, MPP
PDF Version: Kids Health Homes and Care Coordination Modeling

 

SAE Webinar Presentation: Addressing Addiction Among Older Adults

Hosted by National Council
Date Released: April 2016
Contributors to the Presentation: Steven A. Estrine, PhDLoan Mai, PhD, and Judith Estrine
PowerPoint Slides: Addressing Addiction Among Older Adults
National Council Webinar Recording: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/9175141233875491843

 

SAE Webinar Presentation: Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (MHPAEA): Measuring and Ensuring Compliance

Date Released: March 2016
Contributors to the Presentation: Steven A. Estrine, PhDFrank McCorry, PhDLoan Mai, PhDAlex Hutchinson, MBABrian Baldwin, LCSW, Maria Messina, PhD, and Maria (Sam) Josepher, MPA
PDF Version: Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (MHPAEA): Measuring and Ensuring Compliance

 

SAE Article: A Clinical Home for Preexposure prophylaxis - diverse health care providers' perspectives on the "purview paradox"

Date Released: September 2015
Contributors to the Presentation: Susie Hoffman, DrPH; John A. Guidry, MA, PhD; Kate L. Collier, MPH, PhD; Joanne E. Mantell, MS, MSPH, PhD; Daria Boccher-Lattimore, DrPH; Farnaz Kaighobadi, PhD; and Theo G.M. Sandfort, PhD
PDF Version: A Clinical Home for Preexposure Prophylaxis - Diverse Health Care Providers' Perspectives on the "Purview Paradox"

 

SAE Webinar Presentation: "So you received the award... what now? implementing effective SAMHSA Program Evaluations"

Date Released: September 3, 2015
Contributors to the Presentation: Loan Mai, PhD, Director of Population-Based Health Management; Frank Guida, PhD, Consultant; and Carrie Muchow, MA, EdM, Consultant
PDF Version: So You Received the Award... What Now? Implementing Effective SAMHSA Program Evaluations

 

 

 

ASAP Conference Presentation: "Follow the money and grow with the flow"

Date Released: October 21, 2014
Contributors to the Presentation: Kristan McIntosh, LMSW, and Heidi Arthur, LMSW
PDF Version: The slides are available here.

 

ASAP Conference Presentation: "Where are we? how did we get here?"

Date Released: October 20, 2014
Contributors to the Presentation: Kristan McIntosh, LMSWand Bill Panepinto, Consultant
PDF Version: The slides are available here.

 

Service Delivery for Vulnerable Populations: New Directions in Behavioral Health

Editors:
Steven A. Estrine, PhD, Robert Hettenbach, MPS, Heidi Arthur, LMSW, Maria Messina, PhD

“[This book] provides a comprehensive understanding of the opportunities for all of us working with vulnerable populations to develop thoughtful, workable programs...it is an encyclopedia of resources and creative options for service to veterans, the homeless, the elderly. [It] challenges us to think creatively and develop programs and services for the people in our society who are most often overlooked and forgotten.”

–Alan E. Siegel
  EdDChief, Mental Health Service
  MIT
  Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychology
  Harvard Medical School

Raised by the Church

Editors:
Edward Rohs, Judith Estrine

"A fascinating and riveting story of how a boy grew into manhood despite family alienation and the perils of institutional life."

–William Seraille
 
Lehman College
  City University of New York