Session 2: Tricia Williams
Examining our Approach to Obstacles – It will take more than money. In this session, we will explore strategies for approaching issues in a way that brings people together.
During these uncertain times, we have stress, fear of COVID-19, political strife, etc. Most people today are consumed by the news and social media. We are hearing opposing views and wondering what is most important/right. There are different approaches and not one right answer. One idea that is playing in front of us is how do we respond? What strategies will allow me to be most effective right now?
Coordinated Care Services, Inc. (CCSI)
1099 Jay St, Bldg J, Rochester, NY 14611
Tricia serves as a Senior Consultant in the Fiscal and Quality Improvement, Area of Practice at CCSI. In this role, she provides an array of consultation, technical assistance, and training support to organizations.
Tricia has over twenty years of experience in the human services field directly providing, supervising, and managing a full range of services with a focus on Developmental/Intellectual Disabilities and Behavioral Health populations. This experience has provided, Tricia, with a broad lens and insights allowing her to respond to operational challenges; build programs from the ground up with the consideration of fiscal and regulatory implications; training and supporting all stakeholders in the generation of successful outcomes; and providing quality and compliance oversight in multiple programs.
Her extensive knowledge of Medicaid and Mental Hygiene regulations has been an invaluable tool to CBOs and providers in creating meaningful workflows to achieve outcomes and milestones to assist with managed service practices and strategies related to Medicaid reform and Managed Care adoption.
Tricia is devoted to serving with and for individuals who have been marginalized by society, and who have been underserved, underrepresented, and economically disadvantaged. Tricia received her BS in Psychology at Pennsylvania State University, Main Campus.