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290 papers 100 to 500 followers Health service delivery models and postgraduate education in integrated, collaborative and/or colocated liaison care between psychiatry and primary care
Ann M Mayo, Melodee Harris, Bill Buron
Specific changes to the national clinical nurse specialist (CNS) certification are necessitating a move away the psychiatric/mental health (P/MH) CNS population focus. However, a rapidly increasing older adult population with P/MH comorbidities such as depression and anxiety means that the adult-gerontology CNS (AGCNS) will likely be coordinating much of the complex care needs of this vulnerable population. Therefore, strategies are needed to ensure AGCNSs are competent in advanced practice P/MH nursing. In addition, at this critical time in the redesign of healthcare, the Institute of Medicine has made interprofessional practice center stage for healthcare professional education...
November 2016: Clinical Nurse Specialist CNS
Marie-Josée Fleury, Guy Grenier, Catherine Vallée, Denise Aubé, Lambert Farand, Jean-Marie Bamvita, Geneviève Cyr
BACKGROUND: This study evaluates implementation of the Quebec Mental Health (MH) Reform (2005-2015) which aimed to improve accessibility, quality and continuity of care by developing primary care and optimizing integrated service networks. Implementation of MH primary care teams, clinical strategies for consolidating primary care, integration strategies to improve collaboration between primary care and specialized services, and facilitators and barriers related to these measures were examined...
October 18, 2016: BMC Health Services Research
Arthur R Williams, Adam Bisaga
The United States is facing a vast epidemic of opioid-related deaths. More than 2.4 million Americans have a severe opioid-use disorder (OUD) involving dependence on pain medications, heroin, or both, and rates of drug-overdose deaths in this country have outpaced mortality from motor vehicle..
September 1, 2016: New England Journal of Medicine
Thomas Bodenheimer, Laurie Bauer
The adult population of the United States will soon have a different primary care experience than we’ve been used to. In the primary care practice of the future, the physician’s role will increasingly be played by nurse practitioners (NPs). In addition, the 150 million adults with one or more..
September 15, 2016: New England Journal of Medicine
Rodger S Kessler, Andrea Auxier, Juvena R Hitt, C R Macchi, Daniel Mullin, Constance van Eeghen, Benjamin Littenberg
Introduction: We developed the Practice Integration Profile (PIP) to measure the degree of behavioral health integration in clinical practices with a focus on primary care (PC). Its 30 items, completed by providers, managers, and staff, provide an overall score and 6 domain scores derived from the Lexicon of Collaborative Care. We describe its history and psychometric properties. Method: The PIP was tested in a convenience sample of practices. Linear regression compared scores across integration exemplars, PC with behavioral services, PC without behavioral services, and community mental health centers without PC...
October 13, 2016: Families, Systems & Health: the Journal of Collaborative Family Healthcare
Bruce L Rollman, Bea Herbeck Belnap, Sati Mazumdar, Kaleab Z Abebe, Jordan F Karp, Eric J Lenze, Herbert C Schulberg
BACKGROUND: Collaborative care for depression is more effective in improving treatment outcomes than primary care physicians' (PCPs) usual care (UC). However, few trials of collaborative care have targeted anxiety. OBJECTIVE: To examine the impact and 12-month durability of a centralized, telephone-delivered, stepped collaborative care intervention (CC) for treating anxiety disorders across a network of primary care practices. DESIGN: Randomized controlled trial with blinded outcome assessments...
October 6, 2016: Journal of General Internal Medicine
Jane Murray Cramm, Anna Petra Nieboer
BACKGROUND: Disease management programs based on the chronic care model have achieved successful and long-term improvement in the quality of chronic care delivery and patients' health behaviors and physical quality of life. However, such programs have not been able to maintain or improve broader self-management abilities or social well-being, which decline over time in chronically ill patients. Disease management efforts, population health management initiatives and innovative primary care solutions are still mainly focused on clinical and functional outcomes and health behaviors (e...
2016: BMC Health Services Research
Suzanne Bennett Johnson, David Marrero
Although the biomedical model has dominated U.S. health care for more than a century, it has failed to adequately address current U.S. health care challenges, including the treatment and prevention of chronic disease; the epidemic rise in diabetes is one important example. In response, newer models of health care have been developed that address patients' mental and physical health concerns by multidisciplinary care teams that place the patient and family in the center of shared decision making. These new models of care offer many important opportunities for psychologists to play a larger role in the prevention and treatment of diabetes...
October 2016: American Psychologist
Fasiha Kanwal, Jeffrey M Pyne, Shahriar Tavakoli-Tabasi, Susan Nicholson, Brian Dieckgraefe, Erma Storay, Matthew Bidwell Goetz, Donna L Smith, Shubhada Sansgiry, Allen Gifford, Steven M Asch
OBJECTIVE: Depression is highly prevalent yet underdiagnosed and undertreated among patients with chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection. Collaborative care models have improved depression outcomes in primary care settings, and this study aimed to provide more information on testing such methods in specialty HCV care. METHODS: Hepatitis C Translating Initiatives for Depression Into Effective Solutions (HEPTIDES) was a randomized controlled trial that tested a collaborative depression care model in HCV clinics at four Veterans Affairs facilities...
July 1, 2016: Psychiatric Services: a Journal of the American Psychiatric Association
Deborah M Scharf, Nicole Schmidt Hackbarth, Nicole K Eberhart, Marcela Horvitz-Lennon, Robin Beckman, Bing Han, Harold Alan Pincus, M Audrey Burnam
OBJECTIVE: Primary and Behavioral Health Care Integration (PBHCI) grants aim to improve the health of people with serious mental illness by integrating primary and preventive general medical services into behavioral health settings. This report describes the general medical outcomes of persons served by early cohorts of programs, funded in 2009 or 2010, that participated in this national demonstration project. METHODS: A quasi-experimental, difference-in-differences design was used to compare changes in general medical health among consumers served at three PBHCI clinics (N=322) and three clinics that were selected as matched control sites (N=469)...
July 1, 2016: Psychiatric Services: a Journal of the American Psychiatric Association
Antoinette Krupski, Imara I West, Deborah M Scharf, James Hopfenbeck, Graydon Andrus, Jutta M Joesch, Mark Snowden
OBJECTIVE: This evaluation was designed to assess the impact of providing integrated primary and mental health care on utilization and costs for outpatient medical, inpatient hospital, and emergency department treatment among persons with serious mental illness. METHODS: Two safety-net, community mental health centers that received a Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Primary and Behavioral Health Care Integration (PBHCI) grant were the focus of this study...
July 1, 2016: Psychiatric Services: a Journal of the American Psychiatric Association
Jennifer E DeVoe, Sonja Likumahuwa-Ackman, Jackilen Shannon, Elizabeth Steiner Hayward
Academic medical centers (AMCs) in the United States built world-class infrastructure to successfully combat disease in the 20th century, which is inadequate for the complexity of sustaining and improving population health. AMCs must now build first-rate 21st-century infrastructure to connect combating disease and promoting health. This infrastructure must acknowledge the bio-psycho-social-environmental factors impacting health and will need to reach far beyond the AMC walls to foster community "laboratories" that support the "science of health," complementary to those supporting the "science of medicine"; cultivate community "classrooms" to stimulate learning and discovery in the places where people live, work, and play; and strengthen bridges between academic centers and these community laboratories and classrooms to facilitate bidirectional teaching, learning, innovation, and discovery...
September 20, 2016: Academic Medicine: Journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges
Pasquale Roberge, Catherine Hudon, Alan Pavilanis, Marie-Claude Beaulieu, Annie Benoit, Hélène Brouillet, Isabelle Boulianne, Anna De Pauw, Serge Frigon, Isabelle Gaboury, Martine Gaudreault, Ariane Girard, Marie Giroux, Élyse Grégoire, Line Langlois, Martin Lemieux, Christine Loignon, Alain Vanasse
BACKGROUND: The prevalence of comorbid anxiety and depressive disorders is high among patients with chronic diseases in primary care, and is associated with increased morbidity and mortality rates. The detection and treatment of common mental disorders in patients with chronic diseases can be challenging in the primary care setting. This study aims to explore the perceived needs, barriers and facilitators for the delivery of mental health care for patients with coexisting common mental disorders and chronic diseases in primary care from the clinician and patient perspectives...
2016: BMC Family Practice
Mustafa Karakus, Sushmita Shoma Ghose, Howard H Goldman, Garrett Moran, Michael F Hogan
The purpose of this Open Forum is to highlight strategies that can be implemented by federal health care policy makers to improve the delivery of effective behavioral health care services in the public and private sectors. The recommendations can be accomplished by using existing funds or authorities allocated to federal agencies dealing with the behavioral health system. These recommendations do not require new or additional funding and focus on strategies with a track record for success. The strategies described require relatively small changes but have the potential for big impacts...
August 15, 2016: Psychiatric Services: a Journal of the American Psychiatric Association
Joseph M Cerimele, John C Fortney, Jürgen Unützer
This Open Forum addresses considerations for improving treatment of bipolar disorder. Most individuals with bipolar disorder report not receiving treatment from a psychiatrist in the past 12 months. In the United States, a large proportion of persons with bipolar disorder seek treatment in primary care. These patients have high symptom severity and functional impairment but are less likely to receive mood-stabilizing medications. In a prior study in a primary care setting, the authors found that one-third of patients with bipolar disorder improved after receiving treatment in primary care in a statewide collaborative care program...
August 15, 2016: Psychiatric Services: a Journal of the American Psychiatric Association
John C Fortney, Jürgen Unützer, Glenda Wrenn, Jeffrey M Pyne, G Richard Smith, Michael Schoenbaum, Henry T Harbin
OBJECTIVE: Measurement-based care involves the systematic administration of symptom rating scales and use of the results to drive clinical decision making at the level of the individual patient. This literature review examined the theoretical and empirical support for measurement-based care. METHODS: Articles were identified through search strategies in PubMed and Google Scholar. Additional citations in the references of retrieved articles were identified, and experts assembled for a focus group conducted by the Kennedy Forum were consulted...
September 1, 2016: Psychiatric Services: a Journal of the American Psychiatric Association
Amity E Quinn, Anna D Rubinsky, Anne C Fernandez, Hyeouk Chris Hahm, Jeffrey H Samet
The separation of addiction care from the general medical care system has a negative impact on patients' receipt of high-quality medical care. Clinical and policy-level strategies to improve the coordination of addiction care and general medical care include identifying and engaging patients with unhealthy substance use in general medical settings, providing effective chronic disease management of substance use disorders in primary care, including patient and family perspectives in care coordination, and implementing pragmatic models to pay for the coordination of addiction and general medical care...
September 15, 2016: Psychiatric Services: a Journal of the American Psychiatric Association
Benjamin G Druss, Silke A von Esenwein, Gretl E Glick, Emily Deubler, Cathy Lally, Martha C Ward, Kimberly J Rask
OBJECTIVE: Behavioral health homes provide primary care health services to patients with serious mental illness treated in community mental health settings. The objective of this study was to compare quality and outcomes of care between an integrated behavioral health home and usual care. METHOD: The study was a randomized trial of a behavioral health home developed as a partnership between a community mental health center and a Federally Qualified Health Center...
September 15, 2016: American Journal of Psychiatry
Joy Lauerer, Barbara J Edlund, Amy Williams, Annemarie Donato, Gigi Smith
BACKGROUND: Behavioral health disorders (psychiatric illness and substance abuse disorders) represent a significant burden across the nation's health care system. About one half of the problems that present in primary health care settings are behavioral in nature. There is urgent need to improve the integration of behavioral health care services into primary care. METHODS: The purpose of this paper is to describe how an asynchronous online graduate nurse practitioner program utilized a constructivist paradigm to creatively combine online problem based learning cases and on campus learning intensives to scaffold student learning...
August 13, 2016: Nurse Education Today
Anna C Muriel, Joanne Wolfe, Susan D Block
As the field of Pediatric Palliative Care continues to develop, it is important to consider the scope of practice and the utility of collaboration with other specialties, including child and adolescent psychiatry. The integration of psychiatry and palliative medicine has been explored in adult practice, but has not yet been elaborated in pediatrics. This article proposes a clinical model of care that highlights the overlapping and unique expertise that each discipline brings, in a continuum of collaboration, and proposes an integrated care model for the most complex patients and families...
August 23, 2016: Journal of Palliative Medicine
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