2021 Conference Promo VideoCFHA CEO, Neftali Serrano, gives a rundown of the 2021 CFHA Conference co-hosted by SharedCare.
The Pros and Cons of Model Fidelity: Real-World Exemplars of Psychiatry in Primary CareThe Pros and Cons of Model Fidelity: Real-World Exemplars of Psychiatry In Primary Care
Presented by Neftali Serrano
Models are useful and necessary in constructing service delivery pathways and in demonstrating replicable outcomes, but why is it that models are so hard to implement across diverse sites with fidelity? Dr. Serrano leads a discussion, from a systems lens, normalizing this phenomenon, and provoking attendees to consider ways to work within their systems to adapt the best strategies for psychiatry in primary care.
Equipping Healthcare Providers to Work Systemically w/Patients & Families During Telehealth VisitsFamilies and Health SIG Webinar
Equipping Healthcare Providers to Work Systemically with Patients & Families During Telehealth Visits
Presented by Dr. Jessica Goodman
In March 2020, family- and relationally-focused biopsychosocial (BPS) health services in the U.S. transitioned to telehealth as the primary mode of health service delivery across the continuum of care. While many health systems are currently navigating a return to in-person care delivery, it is clear that telehealth will remain an integral part of our healthcare system going forward. Yet, to date, there remains little clarity on specific approaches to, or measures of quality in family- and relationally-focused BPS care.
Psych SIG MeetingPsych SIG Meeting
PCORI trial comparing telepsychiatry collaborative care to telepsychiatry referral care
Presented by John Fortney, PhD
CFHA PEDs SIG Facilitated Discussion: Pediatric PainIn this month's PEDs SIG meeting, CFHA members discussed pediatric pain as part of a facilitated discussion.
Pediatrics SIG Research Corner - Article on Pediatric Pain PreventionIn this month's Pediatric Research Corner, Rachel Petts shares an article on pediatric pain prevention.
This Is How We Do It - Pediatric Rheumatology at The University of Rochester Medical CenterIn this segment of "This Is How We Do It," Michelle Swanger-Gagne shares how they do Integrated Behavioral Health at The University of Rochester Medical Center, Departments of Psychiatry and Pediatrics.
Collaborative Care: A financial and clinical opportunity for primary care organizationsCFHA Psych SIG Meeting
Tuesday, April 6th, 2021
"Collaborative Care: A financial and clinical opportunity for primary care organizations"
---practical strategies for implementation, coding, and billing for CoCM programs---
Virna Little, PSyD, LCSW-r, SAP, CCM is an internationally recognized consultant and speaker for her work integrating primary care and behavioral health, developing sustainable integrated delivery systems and suicide prevention. Dr. Little is also the Chief Operating Officer and Co-founder of Concert Health, a national organization providing behavioral health services to primary care providers. Prior to this role, Dr. Little worked for New York City leading the Center for Innovation in Mental Health and a strategic planner for the New York City Department of Health. For the 22 years prior to that role, Ms. Little served as a Senior Vice President for a large FQHC network in New York, overseeing over 300 behavioral health and community staff. Prior to that role, she worked for New York City Health and Hospitals as a citywide family violence coordinator. Ms. Little is also co-founder of Zero Overdose, a not for profit addressing unintentional overdoses nationwide.
View Powerpoint Presentation Here: https://www.cfha.net/page/PsychiatryinPrimaryCare
PBCH Webinar - Cultural Humility: Working With Black PatientsCultural Humility: Working with Black Patients in Primary Care
Monday, April 12, 2021
Presented by Eboni Winford, PhD, MPH, Director of Research and Health Equity
In this presentation, as a part of the April CFHA Primary Care Behavioral Health Special Interest Group meeting, participants addressed privilege, social determinants of health, and racism and their impact on the care we provide to Black patients in integrated primary care. Using videos, open dialogue, and experiential exercises, participants addressed individual and systemic level factors that contribute to health disparities in Black patients. Lastly, participants discussed strategies providers can use in interventions with Black patients.
SLP Podcast Interview with Norma and Dr. Fortuna can be found at the end of EP. #39 of the CFHA Podcast. https://www.integratedcarenews.com/podcast/
This Is How We Do It - Nationwide Children's HospitalIn this segment of "This Is How We Do It," Dr. Cody Hostutler shares how they do Integrated Behavioral Health at Nationwide Children's Hospital.
This Is How We Do It - ETSU PediatricsIn this segment of "This Is How We Do It," Dr. Matthew Tolliver shares how they do Integrated Behavioral Health at ETSU Pediatrics.
Psych SIG Meeting - Update on CoCM Research and ImplementationUpdate on CoCM Research and Implementation
March 22nd, 2021
Presented by John Kern, MD