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Integrating Behavioral Health and Primary Care Services: Lessons Learned From Three Ohio Practices

Cardi-OH

Presented By

Trygve Dolber, MD
Assistant Professor, Psychiatry and Internal Medicine
Associate Director of Population Behavioral Health
Case Western Reserve University

 

Panelists

 

Hilja Ruegg, MD
Director of Integrated Mental Health Services
Departments of Family Medicine and Psychiatry
University of Cincinnati

 

Alicia Bond, MD
Health Director, Student-Run Free Clinic
Department of Family and Community Medicine
Northeast Ohio Medical University

Laurie Greco, PhD
Vice Chair for Behavioral Health
Assistant Professor - Clinical
Director of Psychology Fellowship Training Program
Department of Family and Community Medicine
The Ohio State University

Mark Rastetter, MD
Vice Chair for Community Health
Assistant Professor - Clinical
Associate Program Director of the Family Medicine Residency
Department of Family and Community Medicine
The Ohio State University

 

This webinar highlights the magnitude of unmet mental health needs and its impact on physical health burden; presents the rationale, evidence, and outcomes for integrated care to address unmet mental and physical health needs; and addresses the practical, stepwise application of integrated care into existing Ohio practices serving disadvantaged populations. The webinar includes a special focus on cardiometabolic health. CME is not offered for viewing of the recording.

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