Clinical Integration Resources
Clinical integration of physical and behavioral health care is a key facet of Integrated Managed Care and successfully delivering whole person care. Transforming clinical practices requires engagement at all levels of an organization. A successful transformation plan includes needs assessment, strategy to build capacity, plan involving leadership engagement, an action plan, and an evaluation process. Developing cultural competency that reflects the diversity of a practice's population and sustainability should be considered throughout this planning process. Below are some resources to help practices get started in efforts to achieve integrated care.
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Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
Milbank Memorial Fund
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)
Kaiser Family Foundation
- Collaborative Care Model Attestation (HCA)
- MeHAF Self-Assessment Survey
- Patient Centered Medical Home Assessment (PCMH-A)
- Prevention Collaboration in Action Tools
- AIMS Center Collaborative Care Toolkit
Implementation Support and Training
- Healthier Washington Resource Portal: Accountable Communities of Health, value-based reimbursement, behavioral/physical health integration, practice transformation.
- Qualis Practice Transformation Support Hub
- AIMS Center
- University of Washington Integrated Care Training Program (ICTP)
- SAMHSA-HRSA Center for Integration Solutions (CIS)
- American Psychiatric Association Integrated Care Training
- Qualis NCQA Patient Centered Medical Home Recognition