Existing literature has indicated utilizing current care teams marked an improvement in readmission and reduction in emergency department visits.
More than twenty years of research has confirmed a relationship between Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and poor health outcomes. Associations of
L4 – Chronic Conditional Love: Integrating Care in a PCMH including Dental, Optometry, and Primary Care
This presentation will explain our fully integrated care model utilizing how we obtained our Behavioral Health Integration Distinction from NCQA. This
The opioid epidemic has impacted a viral hepatitis epidemic, HIV outbreak, and an increased prevalence of sexually transmitted infections increase
Growing research is detailing the importance of healthcare being delivered in a compassionate manner. Unfortunately, and quite ironically, during this
A3 – How can ACEs, Self-Compassion, and Psychological Flexibility Impact Professional Quality of Life and Burnout?
Traumatic childhood events have the potential to shape later life experiences and choices (Layne et al., 2014). Felitti et al. (1998) found that
As the field of integrated care continues to grow, the demand for well-trained, well-prepared behavioral health providers ready to work in complex
Burnout, usually defined as a personal stress reaction of individuals resulting from their perceptions of the workplace, is associated with impaired
People with Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) have complex healthcare needs that are best addressed by integrated care teams. Although the number of new HIV
H10 – Building Capacity for Self-management and Peer Support among Rural Women with Postpartum Mental Health Needs through an Early Intervention Program
This presentation will use a PDSA framework to illustrate the implementation of an early intervention and secondary prevention initiative for women
D9 – Primary Care Pathways: Evaluation of a service delivery model designed to improve integration of mental health care for young people and their families in Ontario
F9 – Working together as a team to engage patients and families in their care: some practical, evidence-based guidance
Involving patients and families as partners in their care is an essential component of patient-centered care. However, the lack of evidence-based
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H08 – Successes and Lessons Learned Integrating Psychiatry and Primary Care: A Collaborative Care Pilot
In 2018, Boulder Community Health (BCH) started a Collaborative Care Management pilot in primary care to better serve patients facing barriers of