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Concert Health: Using Technology to Support Safer Suicide Care

Since 2018, Concert Health has been using technology to make high-quality behavioral health services available at the primary care level using the Collaborative Care Management (CoCm) model. CoCm has been proven to significantly improve depression and anxiety outcomes compared with traditional...

Reducing Access Barriers through Collaborative Care

Poor access to behavioral health services remains a significant barrier to care for clients within our current healthcare landscape in the United States. According to Mental Health America, one out of every five American adults with a mental health condition, or about nine million adults, struggles...

Clinicians’ Perceptions of Telephone-Delivered Mental Health Services

There is a significant need for professional programs to provide training in the provision of telephone-delivered mental health services. Telephonic mental health services is an emerging practice approach that may meet the needs and the field’s commitment to addressing access to mental health...

Dual Career Path Development: A Critical Component of Staff Retention and Development

The creation and implementation of a dual career path program can dramatically improve an organization’s staff retention rates. Most organizations offer only one track for advancement for employees, the entry into management. Employees choosing not to enter into management are often left with...

Introducing Collaborative Care in the Workplace

Depression in the workplace affects 10 million people each year (Value Options, How Depression Affects the Workplace) with 6-8% of the population having a major depressive episode each year (Kessler RC et al., The Prevalence and Correlates of Workplace Depression in the National Comorbidity Survey...

Integrated Settings: An Opportunity for Advancing the Care of Patients at Risk for Suicide

The integration of primary care and behavioral health affords settings the ability to better identify and manage patients at risk for suicide. Each year in the United States 35,000 people die by suicide, a large majority of whom are not engaged in the mental health system and who saw their primary...