Integrated Behavioral Health in Primary Care [electronic resource] : Evaluating the Evidence, Identifying the Essentials / edited by Mary R. Talen, Aimee Burke Valeras
- Talen, Mary R.
- New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer, 2013.
- Physical Description:
- XXIII, 354 pages 24 illustrations, 8 illustrations in color : online resource
- Additional Creators:
- Burke Valeras, Aimee and SpringerLink (Online service)
- Preface -- Part One: Essentials of Integrated Behavioral Health Care -- Chapter 1: Introduction and Overview of Integrated Behavioral Health in Primary Care -- Chapter 2: Integrated Behavioral Health and Primary Care: A Common Language -- Chapter 3: Integrated Behavioral Health and the Patient-Centered Medical Home -- Chapter 4: Advancing Integrated Behavioral Health and Primary Care: The Critical Importance of Behavioral Health in Healthcare Policy -- Part Two: Review of Integrated Systems of Care Initiatives -- Chapter 5: The State of Evidence for Integrated Behavioral Health Care -- Chapter 6: Community-Based Participatory Research: Advancing Integrated Behavioral Health Care through Novel Partnerships -- Chapter 7: Integrated Behavioral Health in Public Healthcare Contexts: Community Health and Mental Health Safety Net Systems -- Chapter 8: The Financial History and Near Future of Integrated Behavioral Health Care -- Chapter 9: Department of Defense Integrated Behavioral Health in the Patient-Centered Medical Home -- Part Three: Review of Collaborative Behavioral Health Clinical Services -- Chapter 10: Collaborative Partnerships within Integrated Behavioral Health and Primary Care -- Chapter 11: Identification of Behavioral Health Needs in Integrated Behavioral Health and Primary Care Settings -- Chapter 12: Screening Measures in Integrated Behavioral Health and Primary Care Settings -- Chapter 13: Implementing Clinical Interventions in Integrated Behavioral Health Settings: Best Practices and Essential Elements -- Chapter 14: Working with Complexity in Integrated Behavioral Health Care Settings -- Part Four: Connecting Concepts, Research and Practice -- Chapter 15: Integrated Behavioral Health in Primary Care: Summarizing the Lay of the Land, Marking the Best Practices, Identifying Barriers and Mapping New Territory -- Index. .
- Healthcare reform is a pressing social issue for some, and a political rallying cry for others. But for many in the medical and mental health professions, healthcare reform means weaving together both domains to provide patients with quality care that is holistic and patient-centered. As desirable as this goal is, challenges from cultural differences to resource inequities threaten the dream. Integrated Behavioral Health in Primary Care provides professionals with a consumer’s guide for implementing integrated behavioral healthcare at the macro, meso and micro levels of care. Extensive evidence is reviewed, describing the types of behavioral health approaches that are essential in re-designed healthcare systems. Behavioral health has broad implications for systems-based changes in patient-centered models of care, including team-based care, evidence-based clinical practices, and quality improvement projects. Introductory chapters decipher the cacophony of terms to provide a common language for integrated behavioral health. Later chapters propose the best practices of collaborative medicine for healthcare procedures--from screening through implementation, while also addressing the problem of territorial disputes in healthcare practice. Included in the coverage: Community-based participatory research: advancing integrated behavioral healthcare through novel partnerships. Integrated behavioral health in public healthcare contexts. The historical context of financial, organizational, and policy issues that shape the future of integrated behavioral healthcare. Identification of behavioral health needs in primary care settings. Implementing clinical interventions in integrated behavioral healthcare settings. Working with complexity in integrated behavioral healthcare settings. The blueprint offered in Integrated Behavioral Health in Primary Care clarifies roles and opportunities for professionals across the primary healthcare and mental health fields, including health policy planners, administrators, researchers, and clinicians employed by private and public healthcare organizations, health psychologists, primary care physicians, professional and consumer advocacy organizations.
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