Determining Medical Necessity: How Evidence-Based Protocols Can Support Proper Dosage and Clinical Outcomes

By: Erin Mayberry
Determining Medical Necessity: How Evidence-Based Protocols Support Proper Dosage, Clinical Outcomes

 

Join us on Thursday, April 22 when we will discuss preliminary data from over 6,000 completed assessments and how Rethink’s new Medical Necessity Assessment can help you:

  • Enhance care outcomes by ensuring accurate care plans and the correct level of prescribed hours
  • Align providers and payers on necessary dosage levels and facilitate pre-authorizations
  • Provide evidenced-based recommendations to new BCBAs and support their training process
  • Standardize levels of care across your organization
  • Increase parent satisfaction

There is no cost to attend and this webinar is not eligible for CEUs.

About the Guest Presenters

Dr. Diana Davis-Wilson, DBH, LBA, BCBA

Dr. Diana Davis-Wilson, DBH, LBA, BCBA

Behavior Analyst

Dr. Diana Davis-Wilson, DBH, LBA, BCBA is a licensed behavior analyst, with several years of experience providing consultation and training to families, school districts, and organizational personnel nationwide. She holds a Doctorate of Behavior Health with an emphasis on integrated health care management and is currently the Chief Executive Advisor for Aspen Behavioral Consulting.

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Mellanie Page, BCBA

VP of Operations and Regional Director at ABS Kids

Mellanie Page is a BCBA who has worked in the field of ABA for several years, utilizing a variety of strategies to teach new skills to children, their caregivers, and providers. She has supported BCBA candidates through supervision and instruction at National University. She is certified in OBM practices and uses this experience to improve and enhance organizational operations.

About the Author

Headshot of Erin Mayberry, Director of Community Engagement for RethinkBH

Previous Director of Community Engagement

Erin Mayberry is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst who has been in the field of ABA since 2009. Prior to Rethink, Erin provided clinical consultation to individuals on the autism spectrum and their families in home, clinic, and school settings, as well as staff training in behavioral crisis prevention. Erin was with Rethink 2018-2024 as Rethink’s Director of Community Engagement, working with our customers to create successful and meaningful partnerships, and has worked in professional services and customer success.

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