Learn more: Capitalize on rich supports to integrate behavioral and physical health in primary care settings and position your practice for future success in alternative payment models.
SIM practices are integrating behavioral health and primary care, and the work is paying off for patients, who receive multi-dimensional support from healthcare teams to improve health outcomes, lives. Find out more by reading part three of the SIM Practice Transformation Series.
Listen in to a discussion about how the Transforming Clinical Practices Initiative (TCPi) empowers doctors in Colorado to redesign the healthcare system to support the delivery of high-quality care with Carol Greenlee, MD, FACE, FACP, owner, Western Slope Endocrinology, Grand Junction, state and national faculty for TCPi; Barbara Martin, RN, MSN, ACNP-BC, MPH, director, Colorado State Innovation Model; and Allyson Gottsman, program manager, Colorado Health Extension System: www.youtube.com/watch?v=U61sRTsOKkg&feature=youtu.be.
Watch the third in a series of videos that outlines the payment reform piece of the Colorado State Innovation Model. This short video features many of the faces and voices of people who have been integral in creating, supporting and furthering SIM’s mission.
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Click here for more information on the SIM practices participating in cohort 1 and the bi-directional health home sites.
Benefits of participating in SIM
The SIM office released its request for applications for cohort 2 last week and has created a quick-hit resource that otulines benefits to encourage participation . Please read, share and encourage practices to start integrating behavioral health and primary care to improve patient outcomes with SIM.
Learning from SIM cohort 1
More than 80 stakeholders gathered Jan. 18 for the inaugural SIM Symposium to share ideas, identify challenges and open dialogue between insurance companies, SIM providers and practice transformation organizations that act as guides in the process.
Secrets of success
In the third installment of our practice transformation series, Rachel Griffin, a psychiatric nurse practitioner, shares perspectives on how integrated care benefits patients and providers, and the unique skills needed for success.