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Initiative for Behavioral Health Integration

Learn about evidence supporting programs and practices for the integration of behavioral health in primary care and integrated health care settings, especially as related to the opioid epidemic.

Registration is closed.

If you want to learn effective strategies for the implementation of integrated care programs, don't miss the 2019 Behavioral Health and Primary Care Integration Conference. Our expert speakers will address issues regarding operational outcomes, financial models and strategies and workflow recommendations.

After the 2019 conference, you will be able to do the following:

  • Explain the method of determining the cost, and cost-effectiveness, of an integrated care model or a specific integrated care intervention

  • Identify elements of the cost, and cost-effectiveness, of an integrated care model or a specific integrated care intervention

  • Describe the essential features of an evidence supported integrated care workflow

  • Identify two evidence supported outcomes achieved by integrated care

We are also applying for attendees to earn continuing education credit through the following organizations:

  • American Psychological Association

  • National Board for Certified Counselors

  • And various other professional groups including pharmacy and nursing

Learn about some of our speakers below. View the presentations here.

Speakers

Schedule