Views Navigation

Event Views Navigation


Combining Models of Integrated Behavioral Healthcare for Effective Primary Care Delivery: Evidence-Based and Practical Insights.

This informational webinar offers primary care clinicians and practice stakeholders an introductory look into foundational considerations for selecting models of integrated behavioral healthcare to best serve a target patient population. Participants will learn how to define integrated care and utilize a conceptual framework to direct service selection and effective care delivery. We will discuss integrated models commonly utilized in the United States, with emphasis on Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) and Collaborative Care Model (CoCM). Using a real-life narrative example of cross-model integrated care delivery, participants will explore advantages and pitfalls to selecting care models for a given practice environment.

CoCM and the Oak Street Model

Dr. Hunt will present on the implementation of the Collaborative Care model across 186 Oak Street Health (OSH) primary care centers in 25 states and the benefits of having an up-front capitated, full-risk model for primary care. In addition, he will discuss recent work at OSH in reaction to the results of the SPIRIT study--tackling more severe presentations, including Bipolar Disorder and PTSD, through the Collaborative Care Model.

The Science and Stigma of Addiction

This presentation will delve into the pervasive issue of stigma surrounding addiction, highlighting its harmful impact on individuals and communities. It also explores the science of addiction, offering insights into the neurobiological and psychiatric factors that underlie this complex condition. Speaker: James B. Shuler, DO, MS, FACOEP, FAWM, FASAM.

National Health Service Corp: Site Applications and Clinician Recruitment Programs

This webinar will provide an introduction to the Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA) Bureau of Health Workforce, the National Health Service Corps (NHSC) and Nurse Corps loan repayment and scholarships program, and the NHSC Site recruitment and approval process. Speaker: Tracy Gualandi, PT, DPT

Collaborative Care: Lessons Learned and Future Directions

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.

The BHI Collaborative – Establishing a Sustainable Path Forward for Equitable, Whole-Person Care

This webinar will provide an overview of the BHI Collaborative, a collection of eight of the nation’s leading physician organizations, and its collective efforts to empower physician practices to sustain a whole-person, equitable approach to physical, mental, and behavioral health care for their patients and families. Speaker: Chris Botts, American Medical Association

Supporting the BHI Workforce Through Education

Join us on March 14th from 8:00 am - 9:00 am as we dive into the second year of the Behavioral Health Integration Bootcamp program. Featuring the work of 6 students from the University of Arkansas and the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, we will discuss the latest student interventions, data trends, and hear from Dr. Jason Lofton on the integration of students into his primary care practice. After the brief presentation, the students will share their insights on integration, their unique internship experiences, and much more. Don't miss this informative session!

Assessing and Managing Suicide Risks (AMSR) with Substance Use Disorder

ABHIN Office 44 Kingshighway, Suite A-4, Eureka Springs, Arkansas

The AMSR for Substance Use Disorder Treatment Professionals (AMSR-SUD) curriculum develops skills in the recognition, assessment, and management of suicide risks and the delivery of effective suicide-specific interventions. This program is approved to provide 6.5 Continuing Education Credits by APA for LMFT, LCSW, LPC, and LPE.

Collaborative Care Management in Perinatal Settings

Join us for this presentation to learn more about using the Collaborative Care Management (CoCM) model with Perinatal patients. Our two subject matter experts will discuss the particular care needs of the perinatal population in relationship to the Collaborative Care Model (CoCM) to help participants envision and create workflows and operational techniques in their practice that will serve the behavioral health needs of this population with fidelity to the CoCM model. 1 CEU/CME is pending approval.

Addressing Behavioral Health Needs Through SDOH Strategies

Learn how SDOH needs impact behavioral health needs and vice versa. Learn about the stigma associated with SDOH and how integrating a humanistic approach can increase patient disclosure. Learn about the roles of the care team in addressing SDOH. Learn about the roles of the care team in addressing SDOH.

Addiction-Related Substances and What to Do About Them

Join us for Dr. Jim Shuler’s insightful presentation on 'Addiction-related Substances and What to Do About Them.' This lecture will delve into the comprehensive treatment of Substance Use Disorders (SUD), offering a nuanced understanding of general treatment approaches. Dr. Shuler will explore the distinctive behavioral aspects and unique considerations for medical interventions across major drug groups such as alcohol, cannabinoids, dissociates/hallucinogens, nicotine, opioids, sedative-hypnotics, and stimulants, shedding light on effective strategies for managing and overcoming addiction.