Care Managers in the Care of Mental, Physical and Substance-Use Syndromes (COMPASS) Initiative were surveyed to determine how the way they implemented COMPASS related to patient outcomes.
Researchers evaluated clinician burnout and satisfaction in care for complex patients in the Care of Mental, Physical and Substance-Use Syndromes (COMPASS) initiative.
An evaluation of the impact and outcomes of the Care of Mental, Physical, and Substance-Use Syndromes (COMPASS) initiative.
Collaborative care management was shown to improve the time to remission and shorten the duration of depressive symptoms in patients diagnosed with depression.
This General Hospital Psychiatry article describes the implementation of the Care of Mental, Physical and Substance-Use Syndromes (COMPASS) Initiative across 18 medical groups and 172 clinics across eight states.
To be used in conjunction with the Patient Tracking Spreadsheet.
A guide containing tips and best practices for navigating the patient tracking spreadsheet functionality.
A Microsoft Excel®-based tracking system that can be used to fulfill one of the core principles of Collaborative Care, measurement-based, treatment-to-target.
Using a registry 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 part of successful Collaborative Care programs.
This tool is designed to help clinic support staff with answers to common questions they may hear from patients to help increase their comfort talking with patients about the PHQ-9 depression screener.