Webinar: California AB 3162: How it Will Impact Your SUD Treatment Agency
- Date Recorded: February 19, 2019
- Presenters: Harry Nelson and Sherry Daley
- Length: a little over an hour and 4 minutes
- Price: $50.00 (Members receive 15% discount)
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With the passage of AB 3162, the laws have changed regarding the licensing and operation of a substance abuse treatment agency within California.
This webinar outlines the critical information every treatment provider in California must know in order to prepare for the enforcement of the new law. For example, the Department of Health Care Services is now required to make an initial license for a new facility provisional for one year and revocable for good cause. The law further requires licensed services offered or provided by a licensed alcoholism or drug abuse recovery or treatment facility to be specified on the license and provided exclusively within either the licensed facility or any facility identified on a single license by street address. In addition, the law increased the penalties for a violation of the licensing and regulatory provisions to not less than $250 or more than $500 per day for each violation to start. The law also has further restrictions for a person or entity found to be in violation of the licensing provisions.
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Harry Nelson is the founder and managing partner of Nelson Hardiman, LLC, as well as the chairman of Behavioral Health Association of Providers.
Beyond his legal expertise, Harry is known nationally as a consummate leader at the intersection of healthcare law and business, as evidenced by his role in co-founding five healthcare-related start-ups in the last decade. Deeply immersed in healthcare transformation and innovation; he frequently speaks on cutting edge issues and the future of the industry itself.
Sherry Daley is the Senior Governmental Affairs Director for the California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals (CCAPP).
Sherry is a leading governmental advocate in California where she has been instrumental in policy development for the alcohol/drug addiction profession for more than 20 years. She's been published in several industry publications, including writing and producing Crossroads Centere Antigua’s quarterly publication for Eric Clapton’s renowned facility. Her experience in law and regulation includes engagement in crafting and implementing the state’s coverage for substance use disorder benefits under the Affordable Care Act; enforcement of the state’s parity laws; strengthening regulation of licensed and certified facilities; developing new regulation for certified counselors; and procuring the nation’s highest dedicated taxation revenue for treatment from any legal marijuana initiative to date.