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NIATx eNews Update

September 2009

ACTION Items With Dave Gustafson

Dave Gustafson, Director of NIATx, invites you to join ACTION Campaign II, Financial
Strength in a Changing World.

Read Dave's message.

Take the NIATx Social Networking Survey

To improve communication with and foster a dialogue between NIATx members, we’ve begun using social networking sites like Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. To help us make sure we’re delivering the right services in the right way, please take the following short survey on how you use social networking sites. Plus, customers who complete the survey will be entered into a drawing to receive the NIATx Business Case Series, Volume 2.

ACTION Campaign II - Answers To Your Questions

What is the ACTION Campaign II? Who should participate? How long will it run?

Get answers to these and other questions by downloading the ACTION Campaign II FAQ.

Building Financial Strength through Process Improvement

Read how Adam Brickner, CEO of the Phoenix Center in Greenville, South Carolina, applied what he learned from attending the NIATx Business Case Community of Commitment.

Read the full article.

What's New on the NIATx Web site? The Provider Toolkit.

The Provider Toolkit offers new tools and more than 60 promising practices.

Read more.

NIATx helps Montana payers and providers

The State of Montana's treatment system is preparing for the future by utilizing NIATx principles, which focus on access and efficiency.

Read the full story, published with permission from John Wiley and Sons.

New NIATx Leadership Webinar Series - Starts October 1st!

NIATx is pleased to announce a new, cost-effective training offering! Learn leadership skills, tips and tricks from leadership expert Chris Hinrichs of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Executive Education.

Click here for more information on the NIATx Leadership Webinar Series.

Upcoming Events & Presentations

Thursday, September 17, 2009 ACTION Campaign II Webinar
  • Reducing the time it takes from when a client in the emergency shelter first requests detoxification to when they are brought onto the detox unit for face-to-face screening.
  • Improving Performance in a Dual Diagnosis Program through the NIATx model of Rapid Cycle Process Improvement.
  • Click here for more information on the next ACTION Campaign II Webinar
October 1, 2009 NIATx Leadership Webinar Series
October 20-21, 2009 NIATx Community of Commitment - Building the Business Case

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