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Presentations


Michigan Primary Care Health Homes Informational Overview
2015 | SlideShare | Source: Michigan Primary Care Association

This webinar provides an overview of the Michigan Primary Care Health Homes program. Items covered include model design, expectations and responsibilities of Health Centers and other partners. 

 

 

Pursuing the Integration of Public Health, Mental Health, and Community Based Primary Care: Opportunity or Obligation?
2014 | PDF | Source: Comprehensive Care Conference, Renee Branch Canady, PhD, MPA
This session helped identify opportunities for primary care and public health integration; describe behavioral health intersections with primary care and public health; apply health equity principals to integration goals; and identify examples of effective integration through a health equity lens.
 

Affecting Change From Within the Community: The Role of Community Health Workers
2014 | PDF | Source: Comprehensive Care Conference, Anne Lee
In the health care transformation landscape that emphasizes quality and coordination of care, promoting patient engagement, reducing costs, and improving health outcomes, the role of Community Health Workers (CHWs) as key components of effective primary and preventive care has never been stronger. Across the country, CHWs are serving as health and human service liaisons within their own communities. As members of minority and underserved populations, CHWs integrate information about health and the health care system into their community’s culture, language, and value system, thus reducing many barriers to accessing care. They draw upon personal experiences and specialized training to serve their peers and improve the health and well-being of their communities. Since its inception in 1983, MHP Salud has worked to establish and develop CHW programs to improve the health status of special and vulnerable populations and to increase their access to care. This session provided an overview on the basics of the CHW model, current initiatives in the field, and benefits and results of CHWs in health interventions.
 
 

Baby Steps to Integrating Behavioral Health in Primary Care Setting
2014 | PDF | Source: Comprehensive Care Conference, Audrey Smith, MPH
This session discussed the business case for integrating behavioral health screening tools into the primary care practice, the minimum behavioral health screening tools available, and how to implement these tools within the primary care practice. Participants will understand how to help improve the health outcome of patients by effectively coordinating care for those with mild to moderate behavioral health or substance use disorders with the community mental health service provider. Participants also learned how the MI Health Link program is integrating behavioral health screening tools and care coordination for individuals eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid.
 

Tobacco Dependence Treatment in Mental Health—Everyone Has a Right to be Healthy
2014 | PDF | Source: Comprehensive Care Conference, Karen Brown, MPA
During this session medical providers, oral health providers, behavioral health, and human service professionals learned about the devastating effects of tobacco on people with mental illness, and the best way to approach people with tobacco addiction using an evidence-based national model known as the 5As. They learned about the modifications needed to make the 5As approach more successful for those with mental illness. This session also assist providers in helping tobacco users understand the benefits of quitting, find out if they are ready to take steps to quit, and to know what resources and strategies are recommended.
 

Integrated Health: Linking Behavioral Health and Primary Care
2014 | PDF | Source: Comprehensive Care Conference, Annette Mercatante, MD, MPH and Vivian Liverance, RN
This presentation outlined a cross disciplinary project in which a public health nurse experienced in case management is tasked with improving health care coordination among mental health and primary care providers in St. Clair County. This project not only crosses disciplines but also agencies, each with different employee and patient cultures; St. Clair County Health Department and St. Clair County Community Mental Health. Primary project objectives included relationship building, improving communication, developing methods to improve service delivery outcomes,identifying individuals who would benefit from being managed by a primary care provider.
 

What Do I Do Now? Effective Strategies for Building Partnerships to Address Underage Drinking & Drug Use

2014 | PDF | Source: Comprehensive Care Conference, Brenda Stoneburner, MA, LPC, and Gery Shelefoe CPS
In 2013, the Michigan Department of Community Health received a Partnerships for Success II (PFS II) grant to build capacity in 10 high-need communities to address underage drinking and prescription drug misuse/abuse among 12-25 year olds, by implementing comprehensive and data-driven substance abuse prevention strategies. Target communities implemented evidence-based programs to strengthen collaborative partnerships with Federally Qualified Health Centers, local public health departments, Indian Health Services, and community college and university health and/or counseling centers. This session provided an overview of the project implementation statewide, including specific tangible examples of how Luce County successfully implemented the project in its rural and limited-resource community.
 

A Profile of Drug Overdose Deaths Using the Michigan Automated Prescription System

2014 | PDF | Source: Comprehensive Care Conference, Su Min Oh, PHD and Rana Kabeer, MPH

The Office of Recovery Oriented Systems of Care at Michigan Department of Community Health, in cooperation with Michigan Automated Prescription System (MAPS), has completed a project liking data from the MAPS, the state’s controlled substance prescription drug monitoring program, to the state’s death certificate file where unintentional or undetermined intent drug poisoning were a contributing cause of death for 2009-2012. The goal was to identify characteristics of drug overdose decedents and the role of prescription drugs in the deaths. Overall, 4,722 MI residents died of unintentional or undetermined intent drug poisoning with the average age-adjusted death rate of 12.3 per 100,000 population. Among 930 (20%) opioid-related deaths, 443 (48%) had no prescription records for opioids in the 30 days prior to death. Opioid overdose decedents with no recent opioid prescription were almost twice as likely to have cocaine or heroin at the time of death compared to those who had an opioid prescription within the 30 days of their death. 

 

Training Medical Physicians to Provide Mental Health Care
2014 | Slideshare | Source: Robert C Smith, Michigan State University; and HRSA Grant Team

This webinar addresses the root cause of our present problem with poor mental health care and proposes a solution that is in the works at Michigan State through a 5-year HRSA grant: training medical physicians to be as competent with mental health problems as they are with medical problems (e.g. as competent with depression as they are with diabetes). We highlight the need for a team approach among case managers, psychiatry, counselors, and medical doctors.

 

Integrated Care & the Evolving Workforce: Change for the Entire Team
2014 | Slideshare | Source: Stacey Gedeon, PsyD, MS Clinical Psychopharmacology, MidMichigan Community Health Services

This webinar will focus on how establishing a successful integrated primary care program requires necessary changes to a clinic's workforce at all levels. This webinar will assist with the identification and implementation of key changes for the entire clinic staff to streamline workflow.

  

Behavioral Screening and Intervention: A Critical Component of Primary Care and Behavioral Health Integration
2013 | PDF | Source: Richard L. Brown, MD, MPH, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
BHI helps clinics meet dozens of patient-centered medical home criteria, adhere to several U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommendations, and most efficiently utilize mental health specialists. During this session participants will learn about a successful Wisconsin-based, cost-efficient, team-based BSI model that the National Association of Community Health Centers is helping spread to FQHCs in other states.
Presented at the 2013 MPCA Annual Conference

 

Suicide Prevention Tools for Primary Care Providers
2013 | PDF | Source: David Litts, O.D. National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention
This interactive session will review state-of-the art clinical tools, many of which are relatively new, and describe how they can be implemented in a busy primary care practice. The importance of integrating suicide prevention within the system, versus just adding something on, will be highlighted.
Presented at the 2013 MPCA Annual Conference

 

Preparing an Inter-Professional Team to Care for Multiple Chronic Health Conditions
2012 | PDF | Source: Gregory Dziadosz, Consultant
Presented at the 2012 Behavioral Health/Primary Care Integration Conference

 

Supporting Bi-Directional Integration Through Potential Billing Opportunities: The Michigan Interim Billing Worksheets
2012 | PDF | Source: National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare
Presented at the 2012 Behavioral Health/Primary Care Integration Conference

 

A CMH’s Role in Primary Care Delivery: Many Strategies, One Goal
2012 | PDF | Source: Genesee County Community Mental Health, Oakland Integrated Healthcare Network
Presented at the 2012 Behavioral Health/Primary Care Integration Conference

 

Residency/Workforce Training: A Model for Integrating Education into Co-Location
2012 | PDF | Source: Michigan State University
Associated Handouts: Psychiatry Residency Programs | Family Residency Programs
Presented at the 2012 Behavioral Health/Primary Care Integration Conference

 

Blending Behavioral Health and Primary Care to Improve Outcomes and Expand Access
2012 | PDF | Source: Cherokee Health Systems
Presented at the 2012 Behavioral Health/Primary Care Integration Conference

 

Funding Integrated Care From the FQHC Perspective
2012 | PDF | Source: Health Delivery Inc., Thunder Bay Community Health Service
Presented at the 2012 Behavioral Health/Primary Care Integration Conference

 

Funding of CMHs and Integrated Care Implications
2012 | PDF | Source: Michigan Association of Community Mental health Boards
Presented at the 2012 Behavioral Health/Primary Care Integration Conference

 

Cognitive Therapy: Working with Michigan and Substance Abuse Consumers with Chronic Medical Problems
2012 | PDF | Source: Venture Behavioral Health, Barry County Community Mental Health Authority & Substance Abuse Services
Presented at the 2012 Behavioral Health/Primary Care Integration Conference

 

The Evaluation & Performance Measurement of Integrated Health Services
2012 | PDF | Source: University of Michigan School of Social Work
Associated Handouts: SF-12 Health Survey | Interpreting the SF-12 | Screening Tool for Psychosis | Primary & Behavioral Healthcare Integration Health Indicator Data | Comprehensive List of Quality Measures | Integrated Care Program Performance Measures Recommendations | Early Psychosis Physician Guide
Presented at the 2012 Behavioral Health/Primary Care Integration Conference

 

Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT)
2012 | PDF | Source: Michigan Department of Community Health, Bureau of Substance Abuse and Addiction Services
Presented at the 2012 Behavioral Health/Primary Care Integration Conference

 

Interprofessional Education Linking Education and Practice
2012 | PDF | Source: Michigan Health Council
Presented at the 2012 Behavioral Health/Primary Care Integration Conference

 

DIAMOND: A Successful First Step for Integrating Behavioral Health into Primary Care
2012 | PDF | Source: Mayo Clinic
Presented at the 2012 Behavioral Health/Primary Care Integration Conference

 

Improving Behavioral Health Services in Pediatric Primary Care: Collaboration & Integration
2012 | PDF | Source: Western Psychiatric Institute & Clinic University of Pittsburgh
Presented at the 2012 Behavioral Health/Primary Care Integration Conference

 

Health Care Reform: Understanding the Affordable Care Act's Pro-Active Approach to Mental Health Services
2012 | PDF | Source: National Alliance on Mental Illness of Michigan, Michigan Consumers for Healthcare
Presented at the 2012 Behavioral Health/Primary Care Integration Conference

 

Successful Social and Financial Outcomes for Complicated Patients Through Community Outreach Practices
2012 | Slideshare | Source: Mercy Hospital, Northern Michigan Substance Abuse Services
In 2010 Mercy Hospital sought community partnerships to assist in meeting the needs of individuals presenting to the hospital’s emergency room repeatedly who, due to their substance use disorders, mental health disorders, and/or co-occurring disorders, were not able to successfully access and engage in community-based services to address needs. This webinar chronicled the process of development of the project by community stakeholders, implementation, highlighted challenges and successes, and delineated measurable one-year outcome data and return on investment.
Webinar in MPCA's 2012 behavioral health/primary care integration webinar series

 

Integrated Behavioral Health in Newaygo County: Flying the Plane as We Build It
2012 | Slideshare | Source: Newaygo County Community Health, Baldwin Family Health Care
When it comes to behavioral health/primary care integration, we are often forced to fly into unchartered areas in an effort to meet the needs of our patients and ongoing health care form. This presentation provides an overview of how primary care health centers and community mental health centers can partner to improve physical and behavioral health for their community.
Webinar in MPCA's 2012 behavioral health/primary care integration webinar series

 

Making Integrated Care Work
2012 | Slideshare | Source: SAMHSA/HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions
Provides an overview of the Center for Integrated Health Solutions, presents lessons learned from Health Center Program grantees and others related to communication, workforce development, health homes, health behavior change, operations and administration, and financing and billing.
Webinar in MPCA's 2012 behavioral health/primary care integration webinar series

 

Addressing Financing Issues in Providing Integrated Behavioral Health & Primary Care in Michigan
2012 | Slidecast | Source: National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare, Covenant Community Care
This presentation reviews the Interim Billing Worksheet developed by the Center for Integrated Health Solutions for Michigan. Presenters review billing opportunities and challenges in receiving payment for the provision of behavioral health services in Federally Qualified Health Centers in Michigan.
Webinar in MPCA's 2012 behavioral health/primary care integration webinar series

 

Integrated Primary and Behavioral Health Care: What Is It and How Will I Know When I Get There?
2012 | Slideshare | Source: Center for Evidence Based Practices at Case Western Reserve University
Discusses why integrated care is so important, reviews models of integration and implementation, conveys importance of measuring implementation outcomes, and reviews the Integrated Treatment Tool developed by the Center for Evidence Based Practices.
Webinar in MPCA's 2012 behavioral health/primary care integration webinar series

 

Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral to Treatment (SBIRT): A Practical Prevention Tool
2012 | Slideshare | Source: Peer Assistance Services, Inc.
Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) offers health care providers, behavioral health providers, and others a tool to identify risky substance use and to intervene earlier on the continuum to prevent serious health and other consequences. This presentation discusses the basic components of the SBIRT model including a description of the screening tools, an overview of brief intervention using Motivational Interviewing, and important elements of the referral to treatment process. Additionally, participants will hear about lessons learned about challenges and successes of implementing SBIRT in Colorado.
Webinar in MPCA's 2012 behavioral health/primary care integration webinar series

 

Punch/Counter Punch: Biopsy of a Successful Integrated Care Program
2012 | Slideshare | Source: Washtenaw Community Health Organization, Packard Health
Provides an in-depth description of the primary care-based integrated health program co-managed by Washtenaw County community mental health staff and Packard Health leadership. Core environmental factors for successful integration are reviewed, as well as barriers encountered. The roles of both primary medical and psychiatric staff is discussed.
Webinar in MPCA's 2012 behavioral health/primary care integration webinar series

 

Evaluating the Integrated Approach to Chronic Care Management
2012 | Slideshare | Cherry Street Health Services
Provides an overview of the evaluation study being done at the Durham Clinic, an integrated health home run by Cherry Street Health Services in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The study seeks to determine whether the delivery of health care through a multi-disciplinary team using the chronic care management model delivers better symptom management and reduced impact of the illness on patients’ desired functioning. Follow-up questions and answers.
Webinar in MPCA's 2012 behavioral health/primary care integration webinar series

 

An Overview: Michigan's Publicly Funded Mental Health, Substance Abuse, & Developmental Disabilities System
2012 | Slideshare | Source: Michigan Association of Community Mental Health Boards, Genesee County Community Mental Health
Provides an overview of Michigan’s publicly funded mental health, substance abuse, and developmental disabilities system. Discusses the management and delivery structure of Community Mental Health Service Providers (CMHSPs), Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs), and substance abuse Coordinating Agencies (CAs), as well as primary funding sources and priority service populations.
Webinar in MPCA's 2012 behavioral health/primary care integration webinar series

 

Blending Behaviorists into the Patient-Centered Medical Home
2012 | Slideshare | Source: Cherokee Health Systems
Discusses Cherokee Health System’s primary behavioral health integrated care practice model and the role that behavioral health plays in enhancing the Patient-Centered Medical Home. Cherokee Health System’s president/CEO presents the community-based provider’s model and the interplay between the providers, and how the model is an imperative part of a successful Patient-Centered Medical Home. Follow-up questions and answers.
Webinar in MPCA's 2012 behavioral health/primary care integration webinar series

 

The Value of Telepsychiatry in the Primary Care Medical Home
2012 | Slideshare | Source: Access Psychiatry Solutions, LLC
The three pillars of health care reform are to increase patient safety, improve healthcare quality, and bend the cost curve. Integration of behavioral health services in the primary care setting can substantially contribute to all three objectives. Yet despite efforts to recruit behavioral health specialists to rural America the number of mental health profession shortage areas in the U.S. has increased 97% during the past decade. This presentation provides actionable information that practitioners and Health Center executives can rely on to evaluate and implement telebehavioral health services successfully and thereby realize their substantial value.
Webinar in MPCA's 2012 behavioral health/primary care integration webinar series

 

The Future of the Medical & Mental Health Collaboration
2011 | PDF | Source: Center for Integrated Primary Care, University of Massachusetts Medical School
Behavioral Health/Primary Care Integration Conference, November 16, 2011
Presents the case to administration for the necessity of integrating behavioral health services into primary care. Discusses how to match of program of evidence based behavioral health services into primary care to local fiscal and organizational contingencies, and how to add behavioral health services to an implementation for a Patient Center Medical Home.
Presented at 2011 Behavioral Health/Primary Care Integration Conference

 

Development and Implementation of an Integrated Primary Care and Behavioral Health Program
2011 | PDF | Source: Cherry Street Health Services Heart of the City Health Center
Presents the integration of behavioral health and primary care at Heart of the City Health Center through collaboration of Cherry Street Health Service, Touchstone Innovare, and Proaction Behavioral Health Alliance.
Presented at the 2011 Behavioral Health/Primary Care Integration Conference

 

What We Are Telling Vendors About the Future of Integration, EHRs, Telebehavioral Health
2011 | PDF | Source: National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare
Discusses general trends in behavioral health/primary care integration, different integration models, what vendors need to consider in their products, and privacy issues.

Presented at the 2011 Behavioral Health/Primary Care Integration Conference

 

Behavioral Health Integration into Primary Care
2011 | PDF | Source: Hackley Community Care Center, Community Mental Health of Muskegon County
Discusses the importance of integration, considerations when choosing a partner to collaborate with, and lessons learned by Hackley Community Care Centers and Community Mental Health of Muskegon County in developing and implementing their collaboration.
Presented at the 2011 Behavioral Health/Primary Care Integration Conference

 

Building a Culturally Competent Medical Home
2011 | PDF | Source: Centro Multicultural La Familia
Discusses the prevalence and characteristics of behavioral health issues, collaboration among disciplines, brief interventions, and cultural competency, and includes tools and templates.
Presented at the 2011 Behavioral Health/Primary Care Integration Conference

 

Life Goals Collaborative Care
2011 | PDF | Source: University of Michigan Departments of Psychiatry and Psychiatry
Life Goals is a brief intervention for bipolar and other mood disorders based on the principles of the Chronic Care Model integrated with Motivational Interviewing. It is aimed at helping individuals with mood disorders achieve personal wellness goals through a combination of improving self-management of symptoms and promoting healthy lifestyles. This presentation discusses how the intervention has been effectively implemented in various community settings, including busy safety net primary care clinics.
Presented at the 2011 Behavioral Health/Primary Care Integration Conference

 

Strategies to Impact Complex Health Conditions: Shaping the Future of Mental Health
2011 | PDF | Source: Genesee County Community Mental Health
Explores several initiatives incorporating primary care and health status monitoring that could positively impact premature morality, including Genesee County Community Mental Health’s InSHAPE® Program and its inclusion in a behavioral/primary care health home and its replicability in other settings.
Presented at the 2011 Behavioral Health/Primary Care Integration Conference

 

Integrated Mental Health, Substance Abuse Services and Primary Care in Michigan
2011 | PDF | Source: Behavioral Health & Development Disabilities Administration, Michigan Department of Community Health
The purpose of Michigan’s health care integration is to improve the health of individuals served in the public system, increase access and individual satisfaction of services, and provide a seamless cost-effective array of services while promoting prevention and recovery. This session will discuss pilot projects within Behavioral Health/Physical Health, present findings and future goals, and identify future collaborative opportunities with the Medical Services Administration.
Presented at the 2011 Behavioral Health/Primary Care Integration Conference

 

Moving Towards Integration: Essence and Architecture
2011 | PDF | Source: Wayne State University Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences & Wayne State University School of Medicine
Describes the essence and the architecture of integrated care. The essence consists of the values, attitudes, and beliefs that underscore the philosophy of integrated care. The architecture consists of the logistics and model employed in integrated care programs. The essence addresses why we want to move towards integrated care, while the architecture discusses how we get there. This presentation also discusses the joint principles of the Patient Centered Medical Home model and the staff characteristics necessary to thrive in an integrated care environment.
Presented at the 2011 Behavioral Health/Primary Care Integration Conference

 

SAMHSA-HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions Training Webinars
2011 | Webinar Recordings & Presentations | Source: SAMHSA-HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions
Topics range from motivational interviewing for better health outcomes, implementing SBIRT in clinical settings, introduction to effective behavioral health in primary care, and more.

 

BPHC Enrichment Series for Grantees:The Value of Psychologists in Health Centers
2011 | PDF | Bureau of Primary Health Care
Identifies the role of psychologists in health care settings and the significance of integrating primary and behavioral health at Health Centers. Reviews key statistics on psychologists working in Health Centers, and specific services they provide in integrated Health Centers and how the services benefit Health Centers both financially and improving quality of care.

 

Co-Occuring Disorder Webinar Series
2011 | Slideshow and Audio Transcript | Source: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
These webinars sponsored by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration are related to co-occurring disorders.

 

Michigan's Public Mental Health System: Overview and Current Issues
2010 | PDF | Source: Prevention Research Center of Michigan
A status overview of Michigan's public mental health system and a look to the future.

 

Resource Documents

Behavioral Health Standard Consent Form and FAQs
2015 | PDF | Source: Michigan Department of Community Health
On January 1, 2015, the Michigan Department of Community Health released a standard consent form for the sharing of health information specific to behavioral health and substance use treatment information in accordance with Public Act 129 of 2014. In Michigan, while providers are not required to use this new standard form (DCH-3927), they are required to accept it.
 

Telemedicine-Based Collaborative Care For Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

2014 | Website | Source: Advancing Integrated Mental Health Solutions 

This study used a telemedicine-based Collaborative Care model to treat Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in military veterans living in rural areas.

 

Integrating Physical and Behavioral Health Care: Promising Medicaid Models 

2014 | PDF | The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Behavioral health conditions often have physical health conditions that require medical attention, and it is unfortunate that the physical and behavioral health care systems often operate independently. In this brief, we examine five progressive approaches being implemented by Medicaid to better integrate these services. From modest steps to coordinate care, to a fully integrated system, there is a continuum of care that addresses the current levels of coordinated care offered in many health centers.

 

Integrating Physical and Behavioral Health Care in Medicaid: An Online Toolkit
2013 | Website | Source: Center for Health Care Strategies, Inc.
Compiles resources for integrating care for beneficiaries with physical and behavioral health comorbidities. Includes policy-related materials, hands-on tools, and templates, as well as resources from states to help guide state efforts in implementing integrated approaches.

 

Partners in Health:Mental Health, Primary Care and Substance Use Interagency Collaboration Toolkit
2013 | Website | Source: Barbara Demming Lurie, Integrated Behavioral Health Project (IBHP)
Designed to help primary care clinics and behavioral health agencies forge collaborative relationships. Provides job descriptions, sample agreements and contracts, screening instruments and evaluation measures, operational forms, strategies and prototypes for integrating mental and physical services, practical advice, issues to consider when brokering agreements, and mutual role descriptions.

 

Behavioral Health Integration in Michigan
2013 | Website | Source: Michigan Primary Care Association
MPCA supports the integration of behavioral health and primary health care, which has been shown to enhance access to services, improve quality of care, and decrease health expenditures. The Behavioral Health Integration Map displays current statewide efforts to develop and implement integrated care projects.

 

Evaluation of Integration Initiative
2011 | PDF | Source: Flinn Foundation
Flinn Foundation report evaluating the adaptation, introduction, and use of integrated mental and physical health care models in greater Detroit area.

 

Four Quadrants of Clinical Integration Based on Patient Needs
2006 | PDF

 

Health Center Reimbursement for Behavioral Health Services in Medicaid
2010 | PDF | Source: National Association of Community Health Centers
State policy report based on an assessment of state Primary Care Associations (PCAs), is an effort to provide the most current information regarding state Medicaid reimbursement for behavioral health services (mental health and substance abuse). The information is dynamic and changing rapidly. Understanding the current landscape regarding payment for behavioral health services will assist Health Centers and PCAs in planning efforts and in providing these services.

 

Medicare and Your Mental Health Benefits
2012 | PDF | Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
Provides information about mental health benefits for people with original Medicare.

 

Examples of States' Billing Codes for Mental Health Services, Publicly Funded
2010 | PDF | Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
A collection of examples of successful codes that states use to bill for mental health services.

 

Evolving Models of Behavioral Health Integration into Primary Care
2010 | PDF | Source: Millbank Memorial Fund
This report offers an approach to meeting unmet health care needs: the integration of primary care and behavioral health care. The report summarizes the available evidence and states’ experiences around integration as a means for delivering quality, effective physical and mental health care.

 

Wayne County Pediatric Integrated Health Care Concept Paper
2012 | PDF | Source:Wayne County Health and Human Services
In this report, the Wayne County Health and Human Services provides a comprehensive look at rationale and foundational approaches toward integrated care delivery for pediatric populations.

 

Evaluation of Mountain Health Choices (West Virginia Medicaid Personal Responsibility Program): Implementation, Challenges, and Recommendations
2009 | PDF | Source: The Institute for Health Policy Research, West Virginia University
A policy report that presents findings of an evaluation of Mountain Health Choices, a new Medicaid coverage plan in West Virginia. The West Virginia Bureau for Medical Services (BMS) received a grant from the Center for Medicare aOutpatient Medical Record Peer Reviewnd Medicaid Services (CMS) to implement revisions to the Medicaid program to improve the health of Medicaid members through promotion of personal responsibility.

 

Integration of Mental Health/Substance Abuse and Primary Care
2008 | PDF | Source: Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality
Describes models of integrated care used in the United States, assesses how integration of mental health services into primary care settings or primary health care into specialty outpatient settings impacts patient outcomes and describe barriers to sustainable programs, use of health information technology (IT), and reimbursement structures of integrated care programs within the United States.

 

 

Tools & Templates

Behavioral Health Professional Peer Review

 

Patient Health Questionnaire - 9
PDF | Source: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
PHQ-9 screening questionnaire, scoring, and interpreting results

 

Patient Health Questionnaire - Modified for Adolescents
PDF | Source: Utah Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
PHQ - A screening questionnaire, scoring, and interpreting results

 

Generalized Anxiety Disorder - 7
PDF | Source: Anxiety and Depression Association of America
GAD - 7 screening questionnaire, scoring, and interpreting results

 

Primary Care - Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
PDF | Source: United States Department of Veterans Affairs
PC-PTSD screening questionnaire, scoring, and interpreting results

 

Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test
PDF | Source: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
AUDIT screening questionnaire, scoring, and interpreting results

 

Alcohol Use Disorder Identification Test - C
PDF | Source: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
AUDIT-C screening questionnaire, scoring, and interpreting results

 

Incorporating Mental Health Screening Into Adolescent Office Visits | Pediatric Symptom Checklist-Youth Report
PDF | Source: Teen Screen
PSC-Y screening questionnaire. Included are instructions for administering and scoring the questionnaire, and interpreting the results.

 

Incorporating Substance Abuse Screening Into Adolescent Office Visits | CRAFFT Questionnaire
PDF | Source: Teen Screen
CRAFFT screening questionnaire. Included are instructions for administering and scoring the questionnaire, and interpreting the results.

 

Integrated Care Billing Worksheet
2012 | PDF | Source: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

 

Integrated Treatment Tool
2012 | PDF | Source: Center for Evidence Based Practices, Case Western Reserve University
A primary tool to evaluate the integration of primary and behavioral health care.

 

Disruptive Behavioral Health Rating Scale-Initial Teacher Assessment
PDF

 

Disruptive Behavioral Health Rating Scale-Initial Parent Assessment
PDF

 

HIPAA Patient Information Exchange Authorization Form
PDF | Source: Muskegon Family Care
Patient authorization for practice to exchange protect health information with third parties.

 

Behavioral Health Screening

PDF

 

Behavioral Health Update
PDF

 

Sample Position Description: Behavioral Health Consultant
DOC | Source: Health Partners of Western Ohio

 

Sample Position Description: Director of Behavioral Health Services
PDF | Source: Health Partners of Western Ohio

 

Sample Position Description: Behavioral Health Nurse-RN
PDF | Source: Health Partners of Western Ohio

 

Sample Position Description: Behavioral Health Coordinator
PDF | Source: Indian Health Centers, Inc.

 

 

 
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