Start Date: 8/24/2021 1:00 PM CDT
End Date: 8/24/2021 2:15 PM CDT
Venue Name: Zoom Location:
TN United States
Tennessee Primary Care Association
SESSION - Implementing Behavioral Health Integration
Review the evidence-basis for the collaborative care model; discuss care management necessary to implement model; review program model and specific clinical roles.
SERIES - Developing Team-Based Care Teams Using the Collaborative Care Model
Team-based care is an essential part of the Patient Centered Medical Home model. It allows for staff to collaboratively work at top of license to proactively and holistically provide patient care. Additionally, it can build and reinforce robust skills for staff and improve job satisfaction. This training will address particular components of team based care—collaborative care and social determinants of health. The collaborative care model is an evidence-based integration of behavioral health into primary care and allows patients to received behavioral healthcare within the primary care setting. It involves a primary care provider, behavioral health provider, and a psychiatric provider. Social determinants profoundly affect health, and care team members can efficiently address this issues.
TPCA will be holding a two-part training on developing integrated care teams in your community health center. Please join us as Dr. Elizabeth Wolff and Ms. Brittany Labarrearre, both of Health Management Associates, lead us in a discussion of how to implement and enhance care teams in your organization.
Clinical providers; behavioral health providers
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- Implementing Behavioral Health Integration. Review the evidence-basis for the collaborative care model; discuss care management necessary to implement model; review program model and specific clinical roles. | REGISTER
- Using Team-Based Care to Address Social Determinants of Health. Demonstrate the usefulness of clinical teams to address social determinants of health | REGISTER
This program is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under award U58CS06816 State and Regional Primary Care Associations. This information or content and conclusions are those of the author and should not be construed as the official position or policy of, nor should any endorsement be inferred by HRSA, HHS, or the U.S. Government.