A study to determine whether coordinated care management of multiple conditions improves disease control in patients with depression and poorly controlled diabetes, coronary heart disease, or both.
An example of what kind of metrics can be tracked in an integrated care implementation.
A description of the web-based data management system developed to support the IMPACT study, a multicenter trial of a disease management program for late-life depression in primary care.
An article that discusses integrating and adapting evidence-based psychotherapy into primary care settings. The authors synthesize past clinical trials that assess psychotherapy interventions within the constraints and competing demands of the primary care environment, consider barriers inhibiting widespread integration of psychotherapy, and identify future directions.
A group of primary care providers participating in an integrated mental health program in primary care clinics were surveyed to learn about their experiences. The findings suggest areas for improvement in future implementations.
Fewer side effects for patients in telemedicine-based Collaborative Care.
A packet of information that helps care managers treat depression and talk with patients about antidepressant medications.
The AIMS Center played an integral role in setting up a technical assistance team to provide on-site technical assistance to six sites and web-based technical assistance (webinars and online tools) to the remaining sites. Dr. Lloyd Sederer looks at the implementation challenges, successes, and what can be done to ensure Collaborative Care in the future.
A checklist of the core principles and components of effective integrated behavioral health care.
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.