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Mary Thornton, BSRN, MBA
Ms. Thornton is the president of MTA and its founder. She is a talented and engaging consultant and trainer with significant expertise in mental health rehabilitation reimbursement systems, medical necessity and documentation, coding and reimbursement, and corporate compliance in behavioral healthcare. Ms. Thornton was a member of the consulting teams that assisted in the conversion to rehabilitation option for the states of Illinois, Georgia, Connecticut, and the District of Columbia. She was also the lead consultant on compliance issues for the state of Ohio in its SOQIC project designed to further operational efficiency through standardized documentation and training in medical necessity and rehabilitation option services. She is also a nationally recognized trainer and a featured speaker for many state and national associations of provider agencies.


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Mary Thornton, BSRN, MBAMs. Thornton is the president of MTA and its founder.She is a talented and engaging consultant and trainer with significant expertise in mental health rehabilitation reimbursement systems, medical necessity and documentation, coding and reimbursement, and corporate compliance in behavioral healthcare.Ms. Thornton was a member of the consulting teams that assisted in the conversion to rehabilitation option for the states of Illinois, Georgia, Connecticut, and the District of Columbia.She was also the lead consultant on compliance issues for the state of Ohio in its SOQIC project designed to further operational efficiency through standardized documentation and training in medical necessity and rehabilitation option services.She is also a nationally recognized trainer and a featured speaker for many state and national associations of provider agencies.


ASPIN Training Information

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Participants will leave with two tools for implementing and managing practice management for their direct service providers.  3.  Participants will be able to identify some of the characteristics of highly productive staff. REGISTER Date: 7/22/11 9:00 - 4:30 ASPIN Indianapolis   About the Speaker: Mary Thornton, BSRN, MBA, is the president of MTA and its founder.
She is a talented and engaging consultant and trainer with significant expertise in mental health rehabilitation reimbursement systems, medical necessity and documentation, coding and reimbursement, and corporate compliance in behavioral healthcare. She combines a Bachelor's in Nursing with an MBA to assist behavioral healthcare service systems and providers in designing efficient, high quality services and programs.  Ms. Thornton was a member of the consulting teams that assisted in the conversion to rehabilitation option for the states of Illinois, Georgia, Connecticut, and the District of Columbia. She was also the lead consultant on compliance issues for the state of Ohio in its SOQIC project designed to further operational efficiency through standardized documentation and training in medical necessity and rehabilitation option services. Ms. Thornton is the author of a number of publications on corporate compliance including Ahead of the Game: Corporation Compliance for Behavioral Health and on HIPAA including the The HIPAA Handbook: What Community Behavioral Healthcare Organizations Need to Know about HIPAA. These books and others were published by the National Council of Community Behavioral Healthcare. Ms. Thornton is also published in a number of behavioral healthcare journals where she contributes articles on compliance, coding and reimbursement, HIPAA, and other topics. She is also a nationally recognized trainer and a featured speaker for many state and national associations of provider agencies.   CEUs CEUs: 6 Behavioral Health and Human Services Licensing board- Category I State Psychology Board Category I "The Behavioral Health and Human Service Licensing Board has approved this organization to provide Category I Continuing Education for L.S.W., L.C.S.W., L.M.F.T., and L.M.H.C. However, licensees must judge the program's relevance to their professional practice" Cost: Members: $115.00  Affiliate and Panel Providers:$165.00 Non-Members: $215.00   SESSION ALSO AVAILABLE VIA WEBINAR! For volume pricing information Contact Paul Conrad at 317.536.4681 or pconrad@aspin.org for details REGISTER Registration deadline: 5 business days before the day of either training. Late fee of $10 added for registrations submitted after the deadline. Registrations not refundable for cancellations made after the registration deadline.  No refunds for no-shows. Subscribe/Unsubscribe on ASPIN Training Information Email Address: * Required Subscribe Unsubscribe Powered by Dada Mail 4.3.2 Stable 01/16/10 Mailing List Manager Participants will leave with two tools for implementing and managing practice management for their direct service providers.  3.  Participants will be able to identify some of the characteristics of highly productive staff. REGISTER Date: 7/22/11 9:00 - 4:30 ASPIN Indianapolis   About the Speaker: Mary Thornton, BSRN, MBA, is the president of MTA and its founder. She is a talented and engaging consultant and trainer with significant expertise in mental health rehabilitation reimbursement systems, medical necessity and documentation, coding and reimbursement, and corporate compliance in behavioral healthcare. She combines a Bachelor's in Nursing with an MBA to assist behavioral healthcare service systems and providers in designing efficient, high quality services and programs.  Ms. Thornton was a member of the consulting teams that assisted in the conversion to rehabilitation option for the states of Illinois, Georgia, Connecticut, and the District of Columbia. She was also the lead consultant on compliance issues for the state of Ohio in its SOQIC project designed to further operational efficiency through standardized documentation and training in medical necessity and rehabilitation option services. Ms. Thornton is the author of a number of publications on corporate compliance including Ahead of the Game: Corporation Compliance for Behavioral Health and on HIPAA including the The HIPAA Handbook: What Community Behavioral Healthcare Organizations Need to Know about HIPAA. These books and others were published by the National Council of Community Behavioral Healthcare. Ms. Thornton is also published in a number of behavioral healthcare journals where she contributes articles on compliance, coding and reimbursement, HIPAA, and other topics. She is also a nationally recognized trainer and a featured speaker for many state and national associations of provider agencies.   CEUs CEUs: 6 Behavioral Health and Human Services Licensing board- Category I State Psychology Board Category I "The Behavioral Health and Human Service Licensing Board has approved this organization to provide Category I Continuing Education for L.S.W., L.C.S.W., L.M.F.T., and L.M.H.C. However, licensees must judge the program's relevance to their professional practice" Cost:


ASPIN Training Information

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Participants will leave with two tools for implementing and managing practice management for their direct service providers.  3.  Participants will be able to identify some of the characteristics of highly productive staff. REGISTER Date: 7/22/11 9:00 - 4:30 ASPIN Indianapolis   About the Speaker: Mary Thornton, BSRN, MBA, is the president of MTA and its founder.
She is a talented and engaging consultant and trainer with significant expertise in mental health rehabilitation reimbursement systems, medical necessity and documentation, coding and reimbursement, and corporate compliance in behavioral healthcare. She combines a Bachelor's in Nursing with an MBA to assist behavioral healthcare service systems and providers in designing efficient, high quality services and programs.  Ms. Thornton was a member of the consulting teams that assisted in the conversion to rehabilitation option for the states of Illinois, Georgia, Connecticut, and the District of Columbia. She was also the lead consultant on compliance issues for the state of Ohio in its SOQIC project designed to further operational efficiency through standardized documentation and training in medical necessity and rehabilitation option services. Ms. Thornton is the author of a number of publications on corporate compliance including Ahead of the Game: Corporation Compliance for Behavioral Health and on HIPAA including the The HIPAA Handbook: What Community Behavioral Healthcare Organizations Need to Know about HIPAA. These books and others were published by the National Council of Community Behavioral Healthcare. Ms. Thornton is also published in a number of behavioral healthcare journals where she contributes articles on compliance, coding and reimbursement, HIPAA, and other topics. She is also a nationally recognized trainer and a featured speaker for many state and national associations of provider agencies.   CEUs CEUs: 6 Behavioral Health and Human Services Licensing board- Category I State Psychology Board Category I "The Behavioral Health and Human Service Licensing Board has approved this organization to provide Category I Continuing Education for L.S.W., L.C.S.W., L.M.F.T., and L.M.H.C. However, licensees must judge the program's relevance to their professional practice" Cost: Members: $115.00  Affiliate and Panel Providers:$165.00 Non-Members: $215.00   SESSION ALSO AVAILABLE VIA WEBINAR! For volume pricing information Contact Paul Conrad at 317.536.4681 or pconrad@aspin.org for details REGISTER Registration deadline: 5 business days before the day of either training. Late fee of $10 added for registrations submitted after the deadline. Registrations not refundable for cancellations made after the registration deadline.  No refunds for no-shows. Subscribe/Unsubscribe on ASPIN Training Information Email Address: * Required Subscribe Unsubscribe Powered by Dada Mail 4.3.2 Stable 01/16/10 Mailing List Manager Participants will leave with two tools for implementing and managing practice management for their direct service providers.  3.  Participants will be able to identify some of the characteristics of highly productive staff. REGISTER Date: 7/22/11 9:00 - 4:30 ASPIN Indianapolis   About the Speaker: Mary Thornton, BSRN, MBA, is the president of MTA and its founder. She is a talented and engaging consultant and trainer with significant expertise in mental health rehabilitation reimbursement systems, medical necessity and documentation, coding and reimbursement, and corporate compliance in behavioral healthcare. She combines a Bachelor's in Nursing with an MBA to assist behavioral healthcare service systems and providers in designing efficient, high quality services and programs.  Ms. Thornton was a member of the consulting teams that assisted in the conversion to rehabilitation option for the states of Illinois, Georgia, Connecticut, and the District of Columbia. She was also the lead consultant on compliance issues for the state of Ohio in its SOQIC project designed to further operational efficiency through standardized documentation and training in medical necessity and rehabilitation option services. Ms. Thornton is the author of a number of publications on corporate compliance including Ahead of the Game: Corporation Compliance for Behavioral Health and on HIPAA including the The HIPAA Handbook: What Community Behavioral Healthcare Organizations Need to Know about HIPAA. These books and others were published by the National Council of Community Behavioral Healthcare. Ms. Thornton is also published in a number of behavioral healthcare journals where she contributes articles on compliance, coding and reimbursement, HIPAA, and other topics. She is also a nationally recognized trainer and a featured speaker for many state and national associations of provider agencies.   CEUs CEUs: 6 Behavioral Health and Human Services Licensing board- Category I State Psychology Board Category I "The Behavioral Health and Human Service Licensing Board has approved this organization to provide Category I Continuing Education for L.S.W., L.C.S.W., L.M.F.T., and L.M.H.C. However, licensees must judge the program's relevance to their professional practice" Cost:


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