This study looks at the cost-effectiveness and net-benefit of Collaborative Care in patients with diabetes and depression.
Interventions that provide training to primary care teams in how to manage depression consistently produce net benefits.
A study that showed the IMPACT version of Collaborative Care is associated with a high probability of lower total healthcare costs during a 4-year period compared with usual primary care.
A brief highlighting Collaborative Care as one approach to implementing integrated care under the Medicaid health homes authority.
An evaluation of a quality improvement program with a pay-for performance (P4P) incentive in a population-focused, integrated care program for safety-net patients in 29 community health clinics.