A new member of the AIMS Center started his tenure here with a bang and a lot of press. John Fortney, PhD joined us as the Associate Director for Research in September and recently published an intriguing study in JAMA Psychiatry about alleviating PTSD symptoms in U.S. Military veterans living in rural areas using a telemedicine-based Collaborative Care approach.
John Fortney, PhD discusses telemedicine-based Collaborative Care for Veterans.
Treating PTSD with telemedicine-based Collaborative Care shown to be effective.
This trial discusses the effectiveness of Collaborative Care for PTSD.
A look at the BHIP program and Collaborative Care in Washington State.
A comparison of two prominent integrated care models and their principles.
Wayne Katon, MD, discusses Collaborative Care depression treatment in women.
A new resource is now available to help primary care practices integrate behavioral health care. The Behavioral Health Integration Implementation Guide is the most recent addition to the Safety Net Medical Home Initiative Resource Library, which provides tools to help primary care practices become Patient-Centered Medical Homes (PCMH).
Yes, the PHQ-9 has been shown to accurately and effectively screen adolescents for depression in children as young as 12. Other validated depression screeners, such as the Children’s Depression Inventory (CDI), have been shown to be validated for children younger than 13.
New study looks at important factors for Collaborative Care implementation.