Workshop Overview: Leaders in Integrated Behavioral Health can benefit from a tool that allows them to compare one primary care practice to another.
Reducing Emergency Department Utilization and Improving Health Among Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare Clients with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness
Individuals with severe and persistent mental illness (SPMI) suffer a disproportionate burden of morbidity and pre-mature mortality. In an effort to
Key Factors for Advancing Integrated Care in Central Oregon: Payer, Provider, Policy, and Technical Assistance
This presentation will discuss four key factors resulting in widespread adoption of integrated care across an entire region: payment reform, primary
Patient Centered Primary Care: Getting from Good to Great
Since the "Quality Chasm"
Turning the Queen Mary: or How a System Supported Psychiatry’s Partnership with Primary Care
Leading the change for psychiatry in a healthcare system requires strong persistent leadership, buy-in at every level, a financial plan that supports