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A summary of commonly prescribed psychotropic medications used in primary care.

Using a population-based approach to health care helps ensure that no patient falls through the cracks. Employing a technology tool that tracks clinical outcomes for populations of patients and supports systematic changes in treatment for patients who are not improving as expected is an essential piece of all successful collaborative care implementations.

A review of 79 randomized controlled trials and 24,308 patients worldwide comparing Collaborative Care with routine care or alternative treatments (such as consultation-liaison) for depression and anxiety.

A comprehensive list of the duties and responsibilities required of a behavioral health care manager.

The All Patients Safe: Suicide Prevention for Medical Professionals training offers an engaging and informative option for providers to become better skilled at suicide prevention. Perspectives of real patients coupled with practical skills help medical providers transfer what they learn to their practice and community. 

After experiencing symptoms of depression, Mindy found relief in the Elder Care Depression Team Program. 

A brief introduction to the rationale and evidence base for integrated behavioral health in primary care and the key principles of effective Collaborative Care. Appropriate for the entire organization. Time: 25 minutes.

Problem-Solving Treatment (PST) is a brief form of evidence-based psychotherapy often recommended as an evidence-based treatment for integrated care programs

The PHQ-9 is a depression scale consisting of nine questions. The PHQ-9 can be used as a tool for diagnosing depression as well as for monitoring the patient’s treatment.

A comprehensive description of the duties, responsibilites and typical workload of a psychiatric consultant.