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.
This paper by David J. Katzelnick, MD and Mark. D. Williams, MD explores large-scale dissemination of the Collaborative Care model. The authors agree that there is enough of an evidence base proving that the model works and that the problem lies in the implementation science and dissemination knowledge base.
This module will review the populations served by Washington State’s Mental Health Integration Program (MHIP). The basic program structure, quality aims and the tracking tool (MHITS) will also be introduced.
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.