The Brief Pain Inventory is a medical questionnaire used to measure pain, developed by the Pain Research Group of the WHO Collaborating Centre for Symptom Evaluation in Cancer Care.
A meta-analysis of the evidence for collaborative depression care examining 37 randomized controlled trials with 12,355 total patients.
A study that showed the IMPACT version of Collaborative Care is associated with a high probability of lower total healthcare costs during a 4-year period compared with usual primary care.
A Project Storybook about the REACH NOLA Mental Health Infrastructure & Training (MHIT) Project
A report published by SAMHSA that seeks "solutions to the barriers to the reimbursement of mental health services in primary care settings, specifically reimbursement by Medicare and Medicaid."
A description of seven funding mechanisms for depression care management.
Interventions that provide training to primary care teams in how to manage depression consistently produce net benefits.
A trial that overwhelmingly showed the effectiveness of the Improving Mood-Promoting Access to Collaborative Treatment (IMPACT) collaborative care management program for late-life depression.
This video contains interviews with real patients talking about their experiences with depression and depression treatment with a focus on older adults.
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.