Integrating Behavioral Health into the Medical Home: A Rapid Implementation Guide

Pinned on January 24, 2016 at 5:13 pm by Lee Richards

Integrating Behavioral Health into the Medical Home: A Rapid Implementation Guide

Integrating Behavioral Health into the Medical Home: A Rapid Implementation Guide offers up- to-the-minute guidance on how to integrate behavioral health (BH) into primary care in a manner which is legal, profitable, clinically effective, time-efficient, and reflective of best practices. A one-of-a-kind practical resource not available anywhere else, the distinguished authors present the facts here to help you make rapid and accurate decisions while integrating for the first time or improving your current integrated BH program. The book is geared toward practice leaders or anyone responsible for launching and overseeing a BH service. Topics Include Why? Understand how healthcare delivery and population management must incorporate behavioral health, especially in the medical home Which service delivery model is the right fit for your organization? And how to roll-out a program system-wide Learn how to leverage integrated behavioral health services in the medical home to help you achieve the Triple Aim How to develop and organize your team and get buy-in from all stakeholders Personnel selection and training all staff to deliver team-based success How to shoot past business competitors who do not have these programs Sample business tools: policy samples; templates for business case analyses; surveys for your medical staff; sample pro formas, funding and program evaluation tools, and much more… Insider Tips: A step-by-step guide to achieve the ROI (Return on Investment) desired Clear Do’s and Don’ts to improve financial and clinical outcomes Best Practices: Case Examples of outcomes and cost savings How to make these programs worth developing and sustaining… clinically and financially TABLE of CONTENTS SECTION I: GETTING STARTED Introduction Chapter 1: Why Integrate Behavioral Health? Chapter 2: Shared Interprofessional Skills: Language and Collaboration Optimize Operations Chapter 3: What Are Your Needs? Chapter 4: A Menu of Integrated Behavioral Health Options SECTION II: BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT, POLICY, AND OPERATIONS Chapter 5: Policy Chapter 6: Business Development Chapter 7: Calculating Value and Revenue Cycles Chapter 8: Measuring Your Program’s Impact Chapter 9: Hiring Chapter 10: Training Chapter 11: Facilitating the Transition Process to Integrated Care SECTION III: CASE STUDIES, PROFILES, AND EXEMPLARS Chapter 12: System Initiatives IMPACT Colorado Access Aetna Cherokee Health Systems Intermountain Health Edmonton Southside Primary Care Network The Piedmont Health Group

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