During this webinar you will learn:
- How the new federal requirements for Medically Assisted Treatment programs is impacting courts.
- How to balance “good intentions” with a data-driven decision model.
- How problem-solving courts might enhance their basic operation management skills and implement effective continuous program improvement.
- A specific methodology for how to plan, implement, test and adjust operational business processes and how to recognize and develop effective key performance measures.
As the federal government increases funding to local problem-solving courts, they are also increasing their requirements. In addition to requiring that courts provide performance-based measures of success, they are also requiring that problem-solving courts offer Medically Assisted Treatment programs to their clients. All of these additional demands place significant pressure on the basic operational management principles that problem-solving courts have developed over the past twenty years. This webinar will examine those pressures and compare different management approaches including how to balance “good intentions” with a data-driven decision model. Finally, the presenter will address how problem-solving courts might enhance their basic operation management skills and implement effective continuous program improvement to improve outcomes and clearly demonstrate the benefits of their program in the community.