An evaluation of the impact and outcomes of the Care of Mental, Physical, and Substance-Use Syndromes (COMPASS) initiative.
Researchers evaluated clinician burnout and satisfaction in care for complex patients in the Care of Mental, Physical and Substance-Use Syndromes (COMPASS) initiative.
Collaborative care management was shown to improve the time to remission and shorten the duration of depressive symptoms in patients diagnosed with depression.
This General Hospital Psychiatry article describes the implementation of the Care of Mental, Physical and Substance-Use Syndromes (COMPASS) Initiative across 18 medical groups and 172 clinics across eight states.
Illustrates the initial and ongoing team building and workflow task development process in Collaborative Care focusing on the role of the psychiatric consultant.
Reviews principles of goal setting and the development of care plans for common primary care presentations.
This module introduces the fundamentals of diagnosis in a Collaborative Care program.
This module describes in detail the roles and practice environment of Collaborative Care teams in primary care clinics and illustrates the process of caseload consultation.
This module will review the populations served by Washington State’s Mental Health Integration Program (MHIP). The basic program structure, quality aims and the tracking tool (MHITS) will also be introduced.
Learn about the rationale and evidence base for Collaborative Care as well as the role of the psychiatric consultant.