Official NTOCC Comments

Review the official comments, letters and responses from the National Transitions of Care Coalition (NTOCC).

   Visit the Policy Maker information page


Posted on 4/17/2019 by NTOCC ® in 2019 NTOCC Webinars

NTOCC LUNCH & LEARN Spring Webinars

 Spring Webinars
May 1,2019

Please join NTOCC at 12pm CDT/1pm EDT
for an in depth look at:

"Optimal Management of Behavioral and Physical Health: Six Degrees of Integration"

Summary: Behavioral and Physical Health are ideally managed collaboratively to improve quality of care and reduce costs.  This session covers six key factors of integration across people, processes and technology/data that enable optimal management.

Presented by

Sam Toney, M.D.


Dr. Toney is president and CEO of Toney HealthCare Consulting, a clinically-oriented consulting firm providing services in strategy, compliance, management and clinical operations for healthcare organizations nationwide.

Dr. Toney began his private practice in general adult psychiatry in 1988 and specialized in the diagnosis and treatment of anxiety disorders and psychosomatic medicine.


Dr. Toney subsequently developed a joint venture with the Hospital Corporation of America and the USF Psychiatry Center launching a multidisciplinary outpatient behavioral health practice in the Tampa Bay Area. He then served as the national medical director of CompCare’s managed behavioral health organization from 1992 to 1995.


Dr. Toney then founded Health Integrated and pioneered Dynamic Somato-Social Theory™ (DSST) which is the clinical underpinning of the company’s care management philosophy. DSST is an interventional care management model integrating physical and behavioral medicine for high risk populations. This proactive and comprehensive approach incorporates unique techniques to drive behavior change and has been shown to drive savings, close care gaps and improve quality.


Dr. Toney has appeared in such publications as the Journal of Managed Care Pharmacy, Managed Healthcare Executive and Population Health News. He is a frequent speaker at industry conferences including the Medicaid Managed Care Congress and Medicaid Health Plans of America Conference, and has presented on national webinars for Health Plan Alliance, the Association for Community Affiliated Plans and others. 


Dr. Toney is certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and is licensed to practice medicine in 35 states. 

May 21,2019
Please join NTOCC at 12pm CDT/1pm EDT
for an in depth overview of 

'Optimizing Transitions of Care for Patients with Type 2 Diabetes"
Part of JANSSEN's CAREPATH Healthy Engagement 

Summary: The key objective for this webinar  is to discuss how we can help our inpatients with type 2 diabetes make a smooth transition from hospital care to care on their own. Dr. Michael Pfeifer will be sharing with you a number of tools to help enhance communication during the hospital stay, including tips for patient engagement and the use of motivational interviewing. He will also go over educational tools for patients with type 2 diabetes to help them optimally manage their diabetes once they leave the hospital.

Presented by

Dr. Michael Pfeifer, Janssen



Webinar Link:
Dial-in Number*: (515) 606-5415
Access Code: 986228
Online Meeting ID: ntocc








Copyright © 2019 The National Transitions of Care Coalition, All rights reserved.