Advancing Integrated Behavioral Health into the Primary Care Setting
Tuesday, November 7 through Wednesday, November 8
Register now for Tennessee Primary Care Association's training for Integrated Behavioral Health. The University of Washington AIMS Center will provide an overview of a noteworthy and alternative model than previously presented by TPCA, that integrates behavioral health into primary care practice settings. Additionally, you will have an opportunity to network with other Community Health Centers serving behavioral health populations. You will have an opportunity to discuss current challenges using real world examples, share best practices, perform activities for using best practice tools, and learn about available resources.
Some of the topics to be discussed include:
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- Principles of Behavioral Health Integration in Primary Care;
- Care Team Roles and Developing Successful Integrated Teams
- Measurement-Based Care and the Metrics that Matter
- Population Management in Practice: Tracking Tool Activity/ Discussion
- Practice using a tracking tool for measurement-based care
- Stepped Models for Behavioral Health Integration
- Financial Sustainability
- Hiring the Right Staff for Success
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Our presenters will be:
Anne Shields, RN, MHA has over 20 years of experience in public health, primary care operations and practice improvement, including four years as Associate Director of HealthPoint Community Health Center, leading medical and dental operations and strategic planning initiatives. She has many years of experience working with Seattle area community health centers as they have worked to integrate diabetes, behavioral health and primary care strategies. Anne first worked with the AIMS Center in 2007, when she was responsible for managing Seattle area components of the Mental Health Integration Program (MHIP) in Washington State FQHCs, the largest safety net implementation of collaborative care to date. She received a bachelor's degree in nursing from Seattle University and a master’s degree in health services administration from the University of Washington.
Sara Barker, MPH, has over 15 years of experience working with underserved populations, most recently the last ten years at Sea Mar Community Health Center, the largest community health center in Washington State. Sara led chronic disease management, care management, SBIRT, and Collaborative Care programs across an extensive clinic system, along with leading the Patient-Centered Medical Home transformation process. Sara received her master’s degree in public health from the University of Washington and bachelor’s degree in Latin American studies from Carleton College.
Debra Morrison, BS, has over 25 years of experience working as a case manager with teen parents and HIV/AIDS patients, as a primary care clinic manager, and as a program manager for integrated mental health and social work services. She successfully implemented the MHIP model of care beginning in 2008 at Neighborcare Health, a large urban community health center, as well as the COMPASS project in 2012, and has experience with integrating psychiatric, counseling, social work and care management services for medically and socially complex patients. She received her bachelor’s degree from Central Washington University.