Collaborative Care: Lessons Learned and Future Directions
January 11, 2024 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am CST
The AIMS Center at the University of Washington is a group dedicated to improving the health of populations by advancing the research and implementation of Collaborative Care (CoCM). Drawing from AIMS Center’s nearly 20 years of experience assisting diverse healthcare systems implement Collaborative Care for a variety of patient populations and conditions we will highlight lessons learned and look ahead to emerging areas for Collaborative Care.
Speaker: Monica Harrison, MSW, LCSW
Monica Harrison has been providing behavioral health services to individuals since 2003 in medical, educational, and community-based settings. She also has extensive experience working with young children from her prior years of working with Head Start/Early Head Start programs. Monica spent several years as a clinical leader working on teams in inpatient/outpatient behavioral health, nephrology, group homes, specialty medical settings, and Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC). Most recently, Monica worked for a large hospital system with outpatient primary care clinics in Connecticut providing program building and leadership similar to her time at the FQHC, starting their Collaborative Care service delivery.
Monica Harrison has experience with training and implementation of evidenced-based Integrated Care models (Collaborative Care and Primary Care Behavioral Health). Monica received her Bachelors in Early Childhood Education with a Special Education, Birth through Kindergarten designation. She also has a Master’s in Social Work from a joint program between a PWI (Predominately White Institution) named the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and HBCU (Historically Black College and University) named North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University in Greensboro, NC.