Business Innovations Division
Cultivate a business climate where behavioral health services are viewed as key components of community health. Address business models and reimbursement methodologies for Medicaid and DCF funding streams and explore ways to assist members in being more competitive in the marketplace.
Children and Adolescent Division
CEO of Charlotte
Behavioral Health Care
CEO of IMPOWER
Create strategies, policies, and systems that support healthy children, adolescents, and families using prevention and community wellness initiatives and effective behavioral health services to children and families.
President & CEO of
Phoenix House Florida
Ensure offenders have access to behavioral health care by promoting innovative strategies to divert offenders with behavioral health disorders; promote initiatives that provide behavioral health treatment to offenders while incarcerated; and to promote specialized re-entry initiatives that ensure behavioral health supports while offenders transition back to the community.
Public Resource and Administration Division
CEO and President
Dr. Candace Hodgkins
President and CEO
Promote the enhancement of the behavioral health system of care by enhancing service delivery, engaging in coordinated care initiatives, and shifting the focus of service monitoring from compliance to value and performance.
RECOVERY AND SOCIAL SUPPORTS Division
BA, CAS, CEO/VP of
Fifth Street Counseling Center IV
Develop strategies and policies that support recovery, reduce stigma, and address the social supports (including housing) to sustain long-term recovery.
Human Resources Workgroup
The HR Workgroup is a group of human resource professionals from FCCMH member organizations. The charge of the workgroup is to create opportunities for networking, idea exchange, problem solving and employment trend analysis for the behavioral health industry. The workgroup conducts annual salary and turnover surveys and develops the agenda for the human resource/employment law agendas for the annual FCCMH Administrator’s Forum.
The CIO/IT Workgroup is comprised of Chief Information Officers, systems and data analysts and other IT staff from FCCMH member organizations. This is a dedicated group that meets regularly via conference call to discuss pertinent issues related to organizational information systems, data collection, data privacy and other IT challenges and changes. Members share ideas, best practices, frustrations and successes and provide input on data systems issues to DCF and AHCA on behalf of the behavioral health industry. The CIO/IT Workgroup also helps to develop the content for the IT agenda of the annual FCCMH Administrator’s Forum.
The CFO Workgroup is comprised of Chief Financial Officers and accounting managers that collaborate on the current and emerging financial trends in the behavioral health industry. This workgroup offers members access to an expanded network of accessible and reliable peer contacts to share valuable experiences, pertinent information and resolutions to the business issues facing the CFO. This group meets regularly via conference call to discuss: DCF contract monitoring and regulatory updates, AHCA and Medicaid policy updates, amendments for behavioral health funding and housing waivers, as well as the future of value based purchasing in the industry. It allows members the opportunity to benchmark their organizations needs against other related organizations experiences to accelerate their personal and organizational performance.