Integrated Care: Creating Effective Mental and Primary Health Care Teams

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Integrated Care: Creating Effective Mental Health and Primary Health Care Teams provides the first comprehensive guide for teams to integrate effective mental health care into primary care clinics. Edited by a team of UW Medicine mental health experts, it includes practical information, skills, and clinical approaches needed to implement Collaborative Care, an evidence-based model of integrated care developed at the University of Washington. Importantly, it provides a common resource and framework for all members of the care team including care managers, psychiatrists, primary care providers, and administrators. Editors include UW psychiatrists Anna Ratzliff, MD, PhDJurgen Unutzer, MD, PhD, MA, and the late Wayne Katon, MD, as well as UW psychologist Kari Stephens, PhD

The document linked below is a free, downloadable appendix to the book that contains a thorough set of resources and guidance on implementing Collaborative Care. 

 

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Publication
Wiley
Publication date
February 2016
Authors
Anna Ratzliff, MD, PhD, Jurgen Unutzer, MD, PhD, MA, Wayne Katon, MD, Kari Stephens, PhD