This study assesses how fidelity to two key functions of the Collaborative Care model affects patient outcomes. The results suggest that timely follow-up may significantly improve patient depression outcomes.
The objective of this study was to design a bundled case rate that aligned with the variation found in evidence-based depression care in primary care or Collaborative Care for Depression. The investigation's findings supported a monthly case rate design that better matched payment with variation compared with a one-year fixed design.
This study looks at Collaborative Care as an effective treatment for patients with cancer.
STEPS-UP (Stepped Enhancement of PTSD Services Using Primary Care) is the first randomized effectiveness trial of behavioral and mental health within the US Military Health System.
This study looks at the effect that integrated care, specifically IMPACT, has on depressed patients with cancer in the primary care setting.
This study looks at integrated models of care to improve adolescent depression.
An analysis of the healthcare costs in medically ill fee-for-service Medicare recipients with depression.
This study looks at the cost-effectiveness and net-benefit of Collaborative Care in patients with diabetes and depression.
This study focused on comparing the results of collaborative depression care adapted to obstetrics and gyencology with usual care. It was found that Collaborative Care in obstetrics and gynecology was feasible and significantly more effective than regular care in improving mental health.
A packet of information that helps care managers treat depression and talk with patients about antidepressant medications.