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.
The Clinic Implementation Team Lead facilitates implementation and leads the Clinic Implementation Team (CIT). The CIT is created when a medical practice is planning to implement Collaborative Care. This document outlines the CIT Leads' key responsibilities, as well as the personal and professional characteristics that are most desirable in this role.
Last updated: 4/3/20
The Primary Care Provider (PCP) Champion plays a key role on the Clinic Implementation Team (CIT). The CIT is created when a medical practice is planning to implement Collaborative Care. This document outlines the PCP Champion's key responsibilities with the team and their PCP colleagues, as well as the personal and professional characteristics that are most desirable in the role.
Last updated: 4/3/20
List of resources available to support training and ongoing use of the AIMS Center's Patient Tracking Spreadsheet
The Generalized Anxiety Disorder subscale of the Patient Health Questionnaire (GAD-7) is a quick and easy tool to help identify patients with anxiety and monitor treatment response.
Use this template to introduce your collaborative care team to patients.
Based partly on team care models developed at the University of Washington, REACH NOLA trained primary care professionals, case managers, psychologists, and social workers to work together to make cognitive behavioral therapy available in their communities.
A randomized controlled trial that demonstrated the effectiveness of teleheatlh service model to treat ADHD in communities with limited access to specialty mental health services.
This resource includes a template, questions, and examples that can help clinics and providers develop a psychiatric emergency protocol and safety plan for suicidal or potentially violent patients.