OhioRISE Hospital System Training


9 - 11 a.m.

Staff from the Ohio Department of Medicaid will conduct this training, which will provide an overview of OhioRISE, a new program serving children and youth ages 0 – 20 with complex behavioral health and multisystem needs. Attendees will understand how eligibility and enrollment into OhioRISE using the new Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths, or CANS, assessment tool and how enrollment due to inpatient psychiatric hospital admissions work.

Participants will learn how the new and enhanced services and supports, and billing and coding information may be used by hospitals to expand access to care. As hospitals are part of the full continuum of care and a key community partner, this training will inform hospitals on the new care management entities in their regions and what their roles and responsibilities are to support care coordination across multiple systems for children, youth and families.

Learning objectives

  • Become aware of OhioRISE and key components of the program including eligibility, services and supports, and the new CANS assessment tool.
  • Understand the OhioRISE Mixed Services Protocol and general coding for the new OhioRISE services
  • Learn about the new care management entities, their role to coordinate care and how they can work with hospital systems.


  • Kelly Smith, BA, External Affairs Administrator, Ohio Department of Medicaid
  • Jennifer MacKim, MBA, CPC-A, Child and Youth Initiatives Chief, Ohio Department of Medicaid
  • Autumn Darnell, Ohio Department of Medicaid, Section Chief of OhioRISE Policy and Program Development

Continuing Education Credits
Participants can be awarded up to 2.4 continuing professional education credits. OHA is registered with the Accountancy Board of Ohio. CPE Sponsor #235. Please contact Casey.Strader@ohiohospitals.org for more information on continuing education credits.

Registration Fee

No charge for OHA members, due to the generous support of OHA Corporate Partners.

Who Should Attend
OHA member hospital CFOs, accountants, director of PFS, director of Revenue Cycle, director of Coding, directors of Revenue/Reimbursement, analysts, Coding, and Claims, behavioral health subject matter experts and behavioral health care coordination staff.

More Information
See the series brochure here.