How TN OBOT facilities can meet new requirments with the ASI-MV & BHI-MV

As part of a new ruling in the state of Tennessee, non-residential office-based opiate treatment (OBOT) facilities now require a standardized assessment, such as the Addiction Severity Index (ASI).

To better understand what this means for OBOT facilities, join us on May 4 at 1:00 pm EST for an educational webinar which will summarize specific areas within the ruling that relate to standardized assessments; and how the Addiction Severity Index Multimedia Version (ASI-MV) and Behavioral Health Index Multimedia Version (BHI-MV) help to meet these requirements.

In addition to complying with regulatory standards, the ASI-MV & BHI-MV help organizations improve efficiency and performance by:

  • Streamlining the assessment process
  • Formulating tailored treatment plans
  • Standardizing data gathering