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Live Attendees (02/23/24): Monitoring Quality Clinical Documentation in Addiction Treatment

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As the addiction profession has evolved into a medical model of care, the industry consistently requires greater attention-to-detail and thorough quality care monitoring. It is now insufficient practice to provide a counselor with clinical supervision without clinical documentation monitoring, feedback, and improvement protocols. CQI is the continuous and ongoing effort to achieve measurable improvements in the efficiency, effectiveness, performance, accountability, outcomes, and other indicators of quality improvement. In this presentation, participants will learn strategies to create a system of quality clinical care monitoring in addiction treatment settings.


  • Keisha Haynes, MS, LCPC-S

    Keisha Haynes, MS, LCPC-S is a licensed clinical professional counselor and a board approved supervisor. Her expertise includes leading implementation of clinical programming for start-up addiction and behavioral health treatment programs. Haynes currently serves as National Clinical Director for Behavioral Health Group, where she is the clinical authority of 26 medication-assisted treatment/recovery (MAT/R) programs in over six states. Haynes’s expertise is in optimizing clinical quality systems and implementing exceptional strategic planning abilities, identifying improvement opportunities related to clinical practice guidelines. She has experience implementing effective solutions to drive healthcare excellence. Haynes is also a Co-Founder of Black Open Space, a social justice organization whose mission is to engage in candid dialogue regarding the mental health impact of social issues in the African American community.

February 23, 2024
Fri 12:00 PM EST

Duration 1H 30M

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