Increasing pressures on primary care to screen and respond to social determinants of health (SDoH), manage patients with complex care needs, and to provide opioid use disorder care create a practice environment ripe for provider burnout. As health care teams seek to innovate and respond to these pressures with new practice models, they do so within the landscape of health policy reform heating up during the 2020 presidential election cycle. This conference will enable implementation of evidence-based practices in IBH, OUD, and SDoH, promote the uptake of training models to enhance provider skills and prevent burnout, and explore solutions to future challenges brought on by proposed health policy reform (M4All) that address care delivery and payment systems. In addition, the impact of telehealth on team-based care will be a major focus in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Learn from the early adopters of models of enhanced community-clinical linkages.
- Learn from emerging evidence on the impact of SDoH models of care on clinical and utilization outcomes.
- Learn from first responders to new policy models (AHC, CMMI, CPC+) to address the behavioral and social needs of patient populations.