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In the webinar, Population Health for Front-Line Providers: A Data Driven Approach, Jeff Hummel, MD, MPH and Hub coach, Carolyn Brill, CPHIMS, CHP discussed population health management for a provider audience. This data driven approach includes case examples of depression in people with diabetes and efforts to improve their clinical outcomes. This webinar will explore:
Dedicated to helping families suffering from postpartum depression, anxiety, and distress.
One Key Question One Key Question® is the groundbreakingly simple way to transform how we support women’s power to decide if, when, and under what circumstances to get pregnant. One Key Question® encourages primary care providers and others to routinely ask women about their reproductive health needs.
Thousands of women and babies get very sick each year from a dangerous condition called preeclampsia, a life-threatening hypertensive disorder that occurs only during pregnancy and the postpartum period. Preeclampsia and related disorders such as gestational hypertension, HELLP syndrome, and eclampsia are most often characterized by a rapid rise in blood pressure that can lead to seizure, stroke, multiple organ failure, and even death of the mother and/or baby.
PreManage Implementation Toolkit: A Guide for Washington State Behavioral Health Agencies PreManage Implementation Toolkit is a care management tool that combines information from participating healthcare partners, including hospitals and emergency departments, primary care practices, and behavioral health agencies, and synthesizes the information into brief, actionable information about individual clients. This toolkit is designed to walk an agency through the process of preparing for and implementing PreManage. It is designed to be used by behavioral health agencies.
A 2021 report in Health Affairs describing the characteristics of pregnancy-related deaths due to mental health conditions from 2008-2017. This report includes data from 14 state Maternal Mortality Review Committees: Arizona, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Utah.
Development of an Integrated Program Lake Whatcom Residential and Treatment Center (LWC) strives to be a hub of services to its clients and to treat the whole person through primary care integration. Between 2011 and 2013, LWC participated in Washington State’s Healthy Communities, Washington Healthcare Improvement Network in order to develop a system to manage care for clients with complex medical needs and to strengthen behavioral health agency collaboration with primary care providers.
ABOUT PROBLEM SOLVING TREATMENT Problem Solving Treatment (PST), also known as Problem-Solving Treatment – Primary Care (PST-PC), teaches and empowers patients to solve the here-and-now problems contributing to their depression and helps increase self-efficacy. Developed for use by medical professionals in primary care settings, an extensive evidence base shows that PST can effectively be provided in a wide range of settings and with a variety of providers and patient populations.
Problem-Solving Treatment (PST) is a short-term form of psychotherapy developed for primary care and community settings. It is also known as structured problem solving and focuses on improving coping skills. This therapy has been proven effective for the conditions most commonly treated in primary care – depression and anxiety. PST helps patients: Identify problems Come up with realistic solutions And make an action plan to implement them.
In the new world of integrated care, behavioral health providers are becoming increasingly important in their clients’ chronic disease management strategies. While the symptoms and treatment of chronic diseases can vary, there are some common steps that behavioral health providers and care team members can take to assist clients in understanding, accepting, and managing their chronic disease.