- Emily Faust, PhD, Behavioral Health Consultant, Yakima Valley Farmworkers Clinic, Spokane, WA (*Emily will be serving as the panel moderator - all other presenters will be the featured expert panelists)
- Phillip Hawley, PsyD, Clinical Director for Primary Care Behavioral Health, Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic, Toppenish, WA
- David Bauman, PsyD, Behavioral Health Education Director, Community Health of Central Washington, Yakima, WA
- Bridget Beachy, PsyD, Director of Behavioral Health, Community Health of Central Washington, Yakima, WA
- Melissa Baker, PhD, ABPP, Behavioral Health Education Program Director, Health Point, Seattle, WA
- Shannon Albert, PsyD, Clinical Training Manager for Behavioral Health Integration, Swedish Medical, Seattle WA
- Jenni O’Donnell, PsyD, Medical Director for Behavioral Health Integration, Swedish Medical, Seattle WA
This presentation will take the form of a moderated panel discussion, bringing together leaders from some of the most established IBH programs across the state of WA (Community Health of Central Washington, Health Point, Swedish Medical, and Yakima Valley Farmworkers Clinic). These leaders will discuss subtle differences in how behavioral health is structured and implemented at their respective clinics, which include both small and large primary care clinics, in both urban and rural areas, as well as specialty clinics located within larger medical centers. Key discussion points will include differences in scheduling and program structure, specific type of behavioral health services provided, and best pieces of advice for IBH programs of varying sizes, types, and stages of development. Panelists will also discuss implications of program structure on the overarching goal of providing high quality, equitable behavioral healthcare to all. The final portion of the presentation will be reserved for an open Q&A session where audience members will be invited to ask the experts questions related to IBH program development and/or implementation.
- List several key aspects of integrated behavioral health program development/implementation that may vary across different types of clinics.
- Identify how behavioral health program structure can help or hinder providing equitable healthcare to people of all backgrounds.
- Discuss how the structure of your current behavioral health program meets the specific needs of your clinic OR what program changes might help them be