Conférence : Is behavioral health integration a good idea? Yes, but we don’t know much about what it should look like or if it is effective.mercredi 29 janvier 2020 | Activités
Organisée par l’axe Santé : populations, organisations et pratiques
Invité : Rodger Kessler, Ph. D.
Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine, University of Vermont College of Medicine
29 janvier 2020, 12 h
Résumé | Presently there is a great deal of focus on integrating behavioral clinicians into primary care settings. This effort is being driven clinically, organizationally, in policy, and to some degree financially. It is based on the compelling prevalence of need data and by it intuitively making sense.
Unfortunately it is not driven by effectiveness data, which populations are best targeted, what such efforts should look like, and an almost complete inattention to measurement that would determine these things.
This presentation will review current thinking about these issues and review work in progress to respond. Participants could be familiar with Kathol, DeGruy and Rollman’s paper (Annals of Family Medicine, 2016] for background.
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