Archives for: May 2nd, 2017

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Access to Care

Is your practice trying to improve patient access? Improving patient access to care is a primary tenant of practice transformation – yet can be difficult to attain in busy primary Read More

Patient Self-Management Support

Are you and others in your practice feeling overwhelmed with engaging patients in managing their own care? Over 70% of patient visits to primary care practices involve one or more Read More

Leadership Skills

Leading change is challenging…so how do you get started, and what might you need to do differently? Engaged leadership is crucial for practice transformation and navigating the ever-changing health care Read More

Personal Clinician

Being a “personal clinician” is a current buzzword in health care…but what does it really mean? Practicing medicine as a personal clinician encompasses all of the key components of practice Read More

Depression, Distress, and Anxiety

Depression, anxiety, and distress are common terms – yet what do they mean and how can your practice effectively screen and treat these conditions? This module presents the prevalence and Read More

BHP and the Care Team (SIM)

How do you and your practice know what behavioral health providers should be prepared to provide to your patients? This module describes the key behavioral health provider competencies and how Read More

Integrated Workflow (SIM)

Integration of behavioral health (BH) into primary care sounds good – but how do you actually implement BH into your office workflow? This module describes protocols and workflow, and communication Read More

Integrated Care Workflow

Integration of behavioral health (BH) into primary care sounds good – but how do you actually implement BH into your office workflow? This module describes protocols and workflow, and communication Read More

Adverse Childhood Experiences (SIM)

What are ACEs and how do they impact your patients’ behavioral and physical health conditions? Adverse Childhood Events (ACEs) are well documented and may have a significant impact on health Read More

Obesity and Depression

Have you ever wondered why so many of your patients with obesity also have depressive symptoms and vice versa? This module describes the relationship between obesity and depression and recommended Read More

Men and Depression

Why is it important to know the depression symptoms more commonly found in men? Men account for the vast majority of suicide deaths in the U.S. each year, and 40% Read More

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