Below you will find the handouts we have received for the presentations at AXIS 2017.


Please note:

If a workshop is not listed, handouts were not provided.

These handouts are provided as a courtesy for your educational needs. Please note that they are copyright protected and are the intellectual property of the presenter/s and should not be reproduced without written permission from them. Please do not post or distribute this material.


Sunday, January 29th


Servant Leadership: Growing Leaders by Serving Others

Roy Serpa


Monday, January 30th


Payment Models and Integrated Care

Corey Waller, MD, MS, FACEP, DFASAM & Douglas Nemecek, MD, MBA


Reimbursement Models Past, Present and Future: Surviving Change, Improving Outcomes and Maintaining Integrity

Mike Harle, MHS


Clinical Keynote: Improving Care with Triage, Assessment, Contingency Management & Monitoring Technology

David Gastfriend, MD; Eric Gastfriend; Kati Lohr, MA, NCC, LPC-MHSP, ACS


Tuesday, January 31st


Enhancing Quality, Accountability, and Effectiveness in Addiction Care: The Measurement-based Practice Model

John Kelly, PhD & David Mee-Lee, MD


Increasing Access to Care

Kimberly Johnson, PhD


Executive and Administrative Keynote: To Partner or Go It Alone

Nathaniel Weiner, Esq & Susan Sudman, MS


Wednesday, February 1st


Navigating the Complexity of Varying Standards – State, Federal and Insurers

Michael C. Barnes, JD

  • AXIS is a conference signed by and for industry clinicians and executives. The emphasis is on substance, not flash. True collaboration and learning make it a special conference.

  • AXIS is the best conference for the latest trends in behavioral health and learning what industry leaders are doing to position their organizations for the future.

  • Great executive track most worthwhile for CEOs.

  • The AXIS Conference has improved year after year. Content is critical and meaningful to current issues. The time allowed for networking and peer collaboration is most beneficial.

  • This is a unique conference experience. There is something for every level of program leadership. To describe the AXIS experience would be a disservice; you need to attend and participate to truly appreciated the AXIS experience and value.

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