Eric Haram Resumé

Consulting

National Institute of Drug Court Professionals

Contracted consultant for Implementation of MAT
2016–

Maine Quality Counts/CCSME

Expansion of Medication Assisted Treatment in Primary Care. Project Echo-BUP.
MAT in Primary Care
2015–
 
Contracted consultant for Maine’s Patient Centered Medical Home initiative. Systematic screening of Substance Use Risk, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT).
SBIRT Implementation
2013–

Northern New England Addiction Technology Transfer Center, Brown University

Senior Field Consultant
NIDA endorsed Trained, Trainer — MAT Suite of Blending Products.
2004–

Employment

University of Wisconsin College of Engineering

National Provider Coach/Consultant
Contracted consultant to State and Provider partnerships on the implementation and spread of Evidence-based practices. Funds awarded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, NIDA, NIH, CSAT and SAMHSA. Implementation of MAT — WV, TX, OH, IA, ME, MS.

2007–

Mid Coast Hospital

Director, Outpatient Behavioral Health
Responsible for budgeting, accreditation, quality, and development, for this Continuum of Care. Using national grants, Star SI, NIATx, to train staff and MAT to treat patients in a dynamic, modern treatment facility. Doubled overall revenue while reducing costs 38%. Increased patient access to Partial Hospital and IOP services while reducing wait time and increasing census. Developed a hospital-wide system of care for pregnant women with opioid dependence. Patient outcomes in top 2% nationally.

2005–2016

Mercy Hospital

Project Specialist, The Recovery Center
Develop, implement and evaluate policies, standards, forms and treatment services including budgeting, staffing, facilitation of the agency’s Process Improvement Teams, developed annual quality reports. Completed NIDA; Adol. Buprenorphine Clinical Trials; established 1st MAT program in ME at Mercy Addiction Medicine, PA.
2003–2005

Crossroads for Women, Inc.

Clinical Director
Daily supervision and management of clinical/medical staff, providing services to women with co-occurring disorders across five distinct, ASAM levels of care. Development of both program curricula and admission criteria across all services, state licensing, and reporting at Board level.
2001–2003

State of Maine

Senior Manager, Corrections Initiatives
Public Health Educator III, Licensing Specialist

From licensing agencies to drug court and MAT implementation, four years applying governmental funding streams, purchasing, processes, relationships, language and systems in the behavioral and healthcare industries in Maine.
1997–2001

University Medical Center, Minneapolis, MN

Juvenile Corrections, Partial Hospitalization
1987–1996

Professional Associations and Education

Maine Association of Substance Abuse Providers (MASAP)

Ex-Officio
2013–
President
2010–13
Vice President
2007–10
Board Member
2005–07

Maine Substance Abuse Foundation

Board President
2006–2013

Minnesota State University

B.S. Program Evaluation
1997

Minneapolis Community College

Substance Abuse Counseling Specialist
1990

Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC)

Maine License #LC-1808

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