A substantial body of evidence for Collaborative Care has emerged since its development at the University of Washington in the 1990s. Beginning with the seminal IMPACT Trial published in 2002, more than 90 randomized controlled trials and several meta-analyses have shown the Collaborative Care model (CoCM) to be more effective than usual care for patients with depression, anxiety, and other behavioral health conditions.
This list of articles includes factors influencing depression severity, treatment, and effectiveness of IMPACT in various subgroups of patients as well as patient and physician satisfaction with IMPACT.
A list of articles summarizing the primary results from the IMPACT study.
This is a list of articles focusing on research methods used in the IMPACT trial, including screeners and scales used to measure.
This reference list contains selected adaptations of the IMPACT trial.