This case study shares key takeaways from a collaborative care implementation.
A New England Journal of Medicine article explains Medicare payment for CoCM.
The APA describes impact of CMS' finalized rule for collaborative care tasks.
A discussion on measurement-based care and payment for Collaborative Care.
Heidi Combs, MD, MS, describes how stigma can be addressed in medical training.
New report outlines evidence for behavioral health integration in primary care.
A look at how psychiatrists have a critical role in health care reform.
The AIMS Center is most widely known for its work in spreading the Collaborative Care Model (CoCM) but many of the practices we work with incorporate CoCM into a “blended” or stepped model that combines other behavioral health interventions and strategies. Blended models of care seen in successful integrated care practices frequently combine CoCM and the Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) Model, also known as the Behavioral Health Consultant Model.
Andrew Pomerantz, MD, describes the evolution of integrated care in the VA.
Applying the stepped care approach when integrating behavioral health care.