Integrated Behavioral Health

Help with life      |      Changes in mood      |      Depression      |      Anxiety      |      Bereavement

On-site BH Managers

Help with Medications

Help with depression

General help

Team-Based Care

Care Coordination

Help with resources

 

Program Design

Elements of this program

+ Diagnosis of depression, anxiety, or another mild-to-moderate condition 

+ Routine psychiatric review and systematic monitoring via a patient registry to facilitate a tailored behavioral health recommendation

+ Evidence-based brief intervention, Ongoing monitoring and support to boost treatment engagement

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Start by establishing care with one of our primary care providers

Start with your PCP first so they can advocate for your care and monitor your care plan.  

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Help when you need it

Just being here makes care easier!  Having access to medical care + behavioral health simply means better care for you and your family.  

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Every day is different!  If you need help...we are here!

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Collaboration + Medication help

The primary care provider works with he behavioral health manager, and Psychiatrist to ensure your medications and care plan are appropriate and helping.   

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What is the Collaborative Care Model (CoCM)?

The Collaborative Care Model (CoCM) uses a team-based, interdisciplinary approach to deliver evidence-based diagnoses, treatment, and follow-up care.

 

The model differs from other integrated behavioral health services because of the replicated evidence supporting its ability to improve patient outcomes, save money, and reduce stigma related to mental health.

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How does this work?

A Collaborative Care team is led by a primary care provider (PCP) and includes behavioral health care managers (BHCM), psychiatrists, and other mental health professionals acting as force multipliers of psychiatric expertise.

 

The team implements a measurement-guided care plan based on evidence-based practice guidelines and focuses particular attention on patients not meeting their clinical goals

​Shortens the wait from referral to receiving a psychiatric recommendation

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