Real World Tactics to Make Integration Work
At the 8th Annual Integrating Behavioral Health and Primary Care Models Summit, meet and learn from peer leaders in physical and behavioral health as they to discuss practical tactics to improve access to quality behavioral health services and manage patient whole health. Key topics of discussion include: addressing workforce and workflow challenges, shared care planning and coordination, innovations in integration, making integration fiscally beneficial, and best practices in operational execution of programming.
Recently Confirmed Speakers!
Executive Director, Behavioral Health,
Linden Oaks at Northwest Community Healthcare
Lead Physician, Behavioral Health team, BHSI and Behavioral Health Program, BSMG,
Bon Secours Health System
Chief Medical Officer, Community Care Behavioral Health Organization
UPMC Insurance Services Division
Co-Chief, Behavioral Health in Primary Care Pediatrics,
Geisinger Health System
Director, Sports Medicine Partnerships, School Based Health Services, and Integrated Behavioral Health,
Always stimulates me to think of ways to inform providersï¿½very good speakers!
–Carol Zorgan, Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist, BSHBI
Excellent conference. Provided lots of information on building a behavioral health program in primary care clinics.
–Nicki Williams, Director of Behavioral Health, Aspirus
I was able to fill in several knowledge gaps regarding integrated care models.
–Norman M. Jacobwitz, MSN, NPC, Inova Behavioral Health
So validating! A terrific experience to connect and learn from others who are implementing these changes. Learned so much!
–Staci Swenson, Integrated Care Manager, PrimaryOne Health
Extremely valuable and reinforcing. Feel invigorated and ready to push forward. Met pioneers in the field which will assist me with the journey towards integrate.
– Susan Hawk, Director of Behavioral Health Integration, Mercy
Call for Papers
Submit Abstract for Presentations
8th Annual Integrating Behavioral Health and Primary Care Models Summit is now accepting abstract submissions for 2019!