Mullahy & Associates, LLC (www.mullahyassociates.com, Huntington, NY), one of the nation’s leading educational and training resources for healthcare professionals, recently presented a case management and educational program for the Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center (www.yellowhawk.org, Pendleton, OR). The two-day program, which was customized for the organization, is based on Mullahy & Associates’ “Best in Class Case Management – An Introduction to a Leading Edge Practice” program, the recipient of the prestigious “Platinum Award” presented by Case in Point at the National Press Club in 2011.
Earlier this year, Mullahy & Associates announced that it is now registered in the System for Award Management (SAM) System for the provision of its educational case management programs on behalf of the Veteran’s Administration (VA) Health Service, Indian Health Service (IHS) and U.S. armed forces. The company can be located by CAGE Code: 567Q6 and DUNS#: 780853391.
Mullahy & Associates has a longstanding relationship with many of the case management department heads for the VA and IHS for whom the firm has been an educational and training resource. As part of the curriculum, attendees receive a copy of The Case Manager’s Handbook authored by Mullahy and for which the Fifth Edition has just been released. The Case Manager’s
Handbook is widely-regarded as the case management industry’s definitive resource and is the official case management textbook in many leading universities.
Yellowhawk provides outpatient primary care to members of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (CTUIR), and other eligible American Indians. Yellowhawk’s services include outpatient medical, dental, mental health, alcohol/drug treatment, and aftercare programs. In addition, Yellowhawk offers pharmacy services, medical laboratory, radiology and
a DUII diversion program. Included among its outreach programs are: Public Nursing, CHR Services, WTC/Nutrition, Health Education, Senior Meals and Caregiver Services.
Pictured here are participants in the Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center program.