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The 2017 Conference will celebrate the blend of emerging models and the continued evolution of current best practices, with a focus on quality and fidelity. Participants will have an opportunity to exchange ideas with and learn from the leaders of integrated behavioral health care practice, training, research, and policy while sharing new and exciting innovations. Fee information available below.

10/19/2017 to 10/21/2017
When: 7:30 AM
Where: The Royal Sonesta Houston Galleria Hotel
2222 West Loop South
Houston, Texas  77027
United States
Contact: Jackie Poor Hahn

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Over the last two decades, studies have shown that integrating behavioral health and primary care services can improve mental health and physical health outcomes, reduce substance use, and decrease inappropriate service utilization and associated medical costs. The passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) and the emergence of more comprehensive approaches to care such as the Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) have facilitated the pursuit of the Quadruple Aim of better health, better care, lower per capita costs, and greater provider satisfaction.

The goal of the 2017 Conference is to promote the continued development, implementation, and evaluation of integrated health care while considering its evolution and future. The framework for the conference will be anchored in the 4 Ps: Practice, Programs, Policy, and Partnerships. Attendees will learn about the full continuum of integration through best practice presentations and policy discussions. Additionally, there will be robust dialogue focused on workforce development in integrated care, financial and programmatic sustainability, payment considerations, research and evaluation, and the patient experience.


To achieve this goal, we will convene thought leaders across disciplines to discuss, debate, and take action on the most pressing issues necessary to bring about greater adoption and sustainability of integrated care. This will be an action-oriented conference, structured with multiple opportunities to make connections and participate in sessions designed to examine the current state of integration and look beyond, to create solutions for a connected, sustainable future.


More than 500 attendees are expected to attend the 2017 CFHA Conference in Houston, Texas. 


The CFHA Conference includes:

  • Three optional pre-conference workshops
  • Three engaging plenary sessions
  • More than 70 diverse education sessions
  • More than 40 poster presentations
  • Over 20 facilitated discussion groups
  • Special interest group meetings
  • Informal networking opportunities and social events 

Full Conference Registration

CFHA Members - Professional - $589
NOTE: Members log in to get the member rate.

Non-Members - $839 
NOTE: Membership costs at most $225. Therefore it is less expensive to become a member first and then register for the conference.

CFHA Members - Student, Resident or Fellow - $359*

Student members may sign up for pre-conference sessions in addition to their conference registration at no additional cost.

*Non-Members can pay for membership before registering for the conference to decrease their registration fee.

One Day Only Price

Thursday One Day Registration
$149 (plenary and reception only)

Friday or Saturday One Day Registration
Members - Professionals, Students, Residents, Fellows - $339

Non-Members - $509

Pre-Conference Workshop
Members or Non-Members -$139


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Contact Us

P. O. Box 23980,
Rochester, New York
14692-3980 USA

What We Do

CFHA is a member-based, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to making integrated behavioral and physical health the standard of care nationally. CFHA achieves this by organizing the integrated care community, providing expert technical assistance and producing educational content.