Continuing Education

Interfacing in the Primary Care Environment

Kent Corso, PsyD

Dr. Corso discusses interfaces between primary and behavioral healthcare and the evolution of integrated care from Engel’s biopsychosocial model. The utility of integrated behavioral care is discussed in light of population health models, cultural norms, and healthcare accessibility and costs are covered along with the five formal models of integration: Primary care behavioral health, co-location, medical family therapy, care management and reverse integration.

Year 2016
Level Intermediate
Price $10.00
Learning Objectives
  1. Describe the differences between outpatient and primary care mental healthcare delivery and assess the five formal models of integrated behavioral health.

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