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Collaborative Care Model

Feb 27, 2024

Report
Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute Shares Results of its Novel Study on the Collaborative Care Model

In February 2024, the Journal of General Internal Medicine published “Extending the Clinical Impact of Behavioral Health Prescribing Clinicians Using the Collaborative Care Model,” a report detailing a novel study by experts at the Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute (MMHPI).

Aug 1, 2023

Report
Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute Publishes White Paper on Pediatric and Adolescent Collaborative Care

The Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute (MMHPI) published a white paper summarizing the findings and recommendations of its roundtable on pediatric and adolescent collaborative care, hosted in January 2023 in partnership with the University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School.

Jun 7, 2023

Event
Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute and Commonwealth Fund Congressional Briefing

Leaders from the Meadows Institute and the Commonwealth Fund appeared at the U. S. Capitol Visitor Center for a congressional briefing on the Collaborative Care Model (CoCM).

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Apr 1, 2023

Report
Collaborative Care Implementation Costs Across Health Care Systems

Report analyzing CoCM implementation cost data from 10 health systems nationwide that varied in size, U.S. region, and urban or rural setting.

Children talking

Nov 1, 2022

Report
Improving Behavioral Health Care for Youth Through Collaborative Care Expansion

Policy brief provides a national scan of Medicaid programs to understand which states cover Collaborative Care and how.

Mar 30, 2022

Testimony
Behavioral Health Care When Americans Need It: Ensuring Parity and Care

Testimony to Senate Finance Committee by Meadows President Andy Keller, Ph. D

Mar 1, 2021

Report
Measurement-Based Care in the Treatment of Mental Health & Substance Use Disorders

Mental health treatment is most effective when symptoms are identified and addressed early, similar to all health conditions. By implementing Measurement-based Care into mental health and substance use treatment—which involves the use of validated metrics to regularly monitor symptoms and outcomes— clinicians can tailor treatment to individual needs, adjusting care at key decision points throughout the treatment plan.