This study shows that military veterans diagnosed with posttraumatic stress disorder and living in rural areas improved their clinical outcomes using a telemedicine Collaborative Care model.
This study looks at Collaborative Care as an effective treatment for patients with cancer.
STEPS-UP (Stepped Enhancement of PTSD Services Using Primary Care) is the first randomized effectiveness trial of behavioral and mental health within the US Military Health System.
This study looks at the effect that integrated care, specifically IMPACT, has on depressed patients with cancer in the primary care setting.
This study looks at integrated models of care to improve adolescent depression.
This literature review examines how the integration of health information technologies with integrated models of care, such as Collaborative Care, could improve chronic disease care for patients.
This study implemented an adapted version of the Improving Mood-Promoting Access to Collaborative Treatment (IMPACT) trial into a large HMO setting. Using this Collaborative Care method in a real-life application achieved similar results to the original research trial.
To date there have been over 80 research trials documenting the effectiveness of Collaborative Care. This list of references is a brief, selected sample.
An introduction to Collaborative Care told through the powerful story of Daniel.
A list of the five principles upon which Collaborative Care is based. If any one of these principles is not in place, Collaborative Care is not being practiced. For more information go to our Core Principles page.