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Conference Resources

 

In lieu of printed handouts, CFHA provides access to pdfs of slides and resources from our Conference presenters.

Poster resources can be found here. A full list of the concurrent sessions can be found here.

 

Plenary Sessions

 

 

PS1

Near Horizon, Far Horizon: A Policy-Focused Session

 

PS1 PPT

PS2

Building Integrated Care at the Statewide Level: The Colorado Story

 

PS2 PPT

PS3

Improvisation and the Art of Medicine: Adaptable Skills for an Uncertain World – Belinda Fu, MD

 

PS3 PPT

 

Extended Learning Opportunities

 

 

ELO1

A Leadership Workshop for Behavioral Health Directors

 

ELO1 PPT

ELO2

Addressing the Workforce Development and Training Needs for Integrated Healthcare Professionals

 

ELO2 PPT

ELO3

Program Evaluation Intensive: Practical Training in Selecting Measures and Data Collection Methods to Obtain Useful Outcome Data

 

ELO3 PPT

ELO4

Implementing Family-Centered Care: Clinical, Operational, and Financial Perspectives

 

ELO4 PPT

ELO5

Toolkit for Disruptive Behaviors in Pediatric PCBH

 

ELO5 PPT

ELO6

Expanding Integrated Medicine from Primary Care to Specialty Care

 

ELO6 PPT

ELO6 Calculator 1

ELO6 Calculator2

 

 

Concurrent Sessions

 

 

A1

Treating Posttraumatic Stress Disorder with a Prolonged Exposure Protocol within Primary Care Behavioral Health: A Case Example

 

A1 PPT

A2a

Medical Assistants as Health Coaches? An Effectiveness Outcome Study

 

A2a PPT

A2b

Setting Them up for Success: Helping Patients Select and Use Evidence-Informed Self-Management Strategies in Integrated Care Settings

 

A2b PPT

A2b Handout

A3

Planning and Delivering Trauma-informed, Team-based Tobacco Cessation Treatment

 

A3 PPT

A4

Is Psychological Flexibility a Protective Factor in the Relationship Between Adverse Childhood Events and Salient Health Outcomes in Adolescents?

 

A4 PPT

A5

Harmonizing Clinical, Research, and Teaching Aims: Team Care for Patients with Complex Needs

 

A5 PPT

A6

Are We Ready? Assessing Multi-Sector Stakeholder Readiness to Sustain and Advance Behavioral Health Integration

 

A6 PPT

A7a

The SBIRT Evolution for Adolescents: A Recipe to Drive Behavioral Health and Primary Care Integration

 

A7a PPT

A7b

Implementation of an SBIRT Training Program in Higher Education: Implications for the Interdisciplinary Workforce

 

A7b PPT

A8

Mapping the Territory: Using a Practical Tool to Assess Provider Perceptions of Presenting Problems Across System and Time

 

A8 PPT

B1

Translating Therapy Skills into Integrated Behavioral Health in Primary Care

 

B1 PPT

B2a

Treating Medically Unexplained Symptoms and Chronic Pain: The Curable App

 

B2a PPT

B2b

Using Technology to Deliver a Holistic Approach for Management of Chronic Health Conditions/Pain

 

B2b PPT

B3

From Training to Retaining: A Roadmap to Successful Onboarding of Learners and Licensed Behavioral Health Providers into Integrated Care

 

B3 PPT

B4

"Oh, the Places You’ll Go!": Making the Transition from Front-line Warrior to Large-System Change Leader

 

B4 PPT

B5

Uncharted Territory: Creating Pathways for Behavioral Health and Dental Integration

 

B5 PPT

B6

Psychopharmacology Review for Primary Care

 

B6 PPT

B7a

A community Wide Effort to Provide Competent and Comprehensive Transgender Healthcare from Scratch

 

B7a PPT

B7b

Suicide Prevention in Colorado Health Systems

 

B7b PPT

B8

Moving Beyond Behavioral (only) Screening and Assessment: The Case for Relational Screeners, Assessments, and Outcomes in Integrated Care

 

B8 PPT

B8 Handout

C1

Turning the Queen Mary: or How a System Supported Psychiatry’s Partnership with Primary Care

 

C1 PPT

C2a

Accelerating Integrated Care Through ECHO: A Collaborative Learning Network in Arizona

 

C2a PPT

C2b

Mood and Anxiety ECHO: An Innovative Approach to Building Providers' Capacity to Manage Common Behavioral Health Conditions across Colorado

 

C2b PPT

C3a

A Roadmap to Integration in Primary Care: Tools from Colorado SIM

 

C3a PPT

C3b

Integrated Behavioral Healthcare in the Primary Care Setting: Lessons learned from the Colorado SIM Program

 

C3b PPT

C4

Pain Is . . . . A Primer on Using Focused Acceptance and Commitment Therapy to Reframe the Meaning and Experience of Pain

 

C4 PPT

C5

Diversifying the Integrated Care Workforce: A Call to Action

 

C5 PPT

C6

Building a PCBH Toolbox: Tips and Tricks to Grow and Innovate your Practice

 

C6 PPT

C7

Behavioral Health Continuity in Primary Care: Controversy, Evidence, and Future Research

 

C7 PPT

C8

EHR Cluster Analysis: Maximizing Patient Care

 

C8 PPT

D1a

The Border of Change: Evaluating the Impact of the Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) Model in a Predominantly Latino Population

 

D1a PPT

D1b

Enhanced Integrated Behavioral Health Model Improves Depressive Symptoms in Primarily Hispanic Population at a Free and Charitable Clinic in Texas

 

D1b PPT

D2a

How to Engage, Support and Empower Family Caregivers in Primary Care and on the Larger Healthcare System Level

 

D2a PPT

D2b

Addressing Memory Concerns in Older Adults through an Integrated Care Approach

 

D2b PPT

D3

With Your Help: Defining Competencies for Technical Assistance Services

 

D3 PPT

D4

Can Primary Care Practices Develop Better Behavioral Health Integration via Interdisciplinary Assessment and Discussion? A 28-Site Outcome Study

 

D4 PPT

D4 Handout

D5

DD Plus: An Interdisciplinary Learning Collaborative to Improve Rural Primary Care for Children with Complex Needs

 

D5 PPT

D6

Measurement Based Care for Behavioral Health Conditions in Primary Care Settings: How Do You Know Your Patient Improved?

 

D6 PPT

D7a

Greater than the sum of its parts: A team-based approach to chronic pain and opioid use disorder

 

D7a PPT

D7b

Spiritual Incorporation: Promoting Spirituality to Enhance Patient Care and Provider Wellbeing

 

D7b PPT

D8

Convincing Health System Leaders to Invest in Integrated Care: How to Conduct Research Using Clinical and Cost Outcomes

 

D8 PPT

D8 Handout 1

D8 Handout 2

E1

Building Shields against Trauma Monsters: What Lies Beneath Patients' Behaviors

 

E1 PPT

E2

Training Behavioral Health Providers in Primary Care: Key Strategies and Components of Effective Workforce Development Programs

 

E2 PPT

E3

Lessons Learned from a Large Organization’s Path to Integration - Collaborative Care at UW Health

 

E3 PPT

E4a

Preventing Physician Burnout, Promoting Wellness and Resiliency through the Development of a Wellness Curriculum

 

E4a PPT

E4b

Putting the "Family" Back into Family Medicine Resident Education: Four Pragmatic Methods

 

E4b PPT

E5

Good to Great: Improving Interdisciplinary Team Dynamics and Optimizing Evidence-Based Delivery of Integrated Behavioral Health Using RELATED

 

E5 PPT

E6a

Intimate Partner Violence in Primary Care: Training the Next Generation of Health Care Providers to Screen and Address

 

E6a PPT

E6a Handout

E6b

Effects of Behavioral Medicine Training on Family Medicine Residents’ Perceived Behavioral Medicine Skills and Clinical Documentation of Suicidality

 

E6b PPT

E7

Early Childhood Mental Health Matters: Building Capacity for Early Childhood Behavioral Health Integration in Primary Care Settings

 

E7 PPT

E8

Listening to Their Voice: A Primer on Conducting Qualitative Research in Integrated Care Settings

 

E8 PPT

F1

Conversations that Connect

 

F1 PPT

F2a

Training the Next Generation: Pre-Doctoral Student Training in a Military Primary Care Medical Setting

 

F2a PPT

F2b

Leveraging the BHC to Develop and Strengthen a Care Team’s Capacity to Improve Patient Health Outcomes through Primary Prevention

 

F2b PPT

F3a

An Interprofessional Immersion-A Developmental Approach to Learning IPE

 

F3a PPT

F3b

Lets Talk about Sex: Erectile Dysfunction in Primary Care

 

F3b PPT

F4

Healthcare Change and multidisciplinary Efforts: An initiative to Reform Pain Management and Opioid Practices in a Large Healthcare System

 

F4 PPT

F5a

Primary Care Patients in Family Medicine Integrated Care and Emergency Department Utilization

 

F5a PPT

F5b

Growing MAT in Family Medicine Residency Soil: Tips for New Gardeners

 

F5b PPT

F6

Answering the Call: Bridging Gaps in Care in Underserved Communities Through Integration and Inter-Professional Collaboration

 

F6 PPT

F7

The Many Faces of Psychiatry in Primary Care Settings

 

F7 PPT

F8

Maximizing Partnerships for Integration Success: A Quality Improvement Approach for Engaging Practices

 

F8 PPT

G1

Expanding the Primary Care Behavioral Health Workforce: Lessons Learned from Te Tumu Waiora

 

G1 PPT

G2a

Seeing Eye to Eye: Using Qualitative Interviews to Enhance a Reliable Measure of Integration

 

G2a PPT

G2b

Financial Barriers and Solutions to Integrating Behavioral Health and Primary Care: A Qualitative Analysis of Expert Interviews

 

G2b PPT

G3a

Integrated Behavioral Health Models Improve Health for Low-Income, Hispanic Populations in Medically Underserved Areas at the US-Mexican Border

 

G3a PPT

G3b

Family-Centered Prescription Food Program

 

G3b PPT

G4a

Hub-Extension Model and Access to Pediatric Behavioral Integrated Primary Care

 

G4a PPT

G4b

Parent Child Interaction Therapy in a Pediatric Primary Care Setting

 

G4b PPT

G5

Patient Centered Primary Care: Getting from Good to Great

 

G5 PPT

G6

Adapting Team-Based Learning to Contextualize Primary Care Behavioral Health Practice for Graduate Behavioral Health Students

 

G6 PPT

G7

Integrated Behavioral Health in a Women's Care Clinic: Practical Applications Regarding Implementation and Case Discussions Demonstrating the Efficacy

 

G7 PPT

G8

Clinician Evaluators: Take Your Mark!

 

G8 PPT

H1

A Novel Tele-Integrated Care & Tele-Mental Health Service Delivery Model throughout Colorado

 

H1 PPT

H2

But How will you Pay for It? Maximizing Reimbursement for Behavioral Health Integration in the Fee for Service World

 

H2 PPT

H3a

Cross-Training for the Family Medicine Workforce

 

H3 PPT

H4

Professional Ethics for Interdisciplinary Teams in Primary Care and Outpatient Health Settings

 

H4 PPT

H5

A System Wide Transformation to address Adverse Childhood Experiences in Primary Care

 

H5 PPT

H6a

Reducing Emergency Department Utilization and Improving Health Among Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare Clients with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness

 

H6a PPT

H6b

The Importance of Social Connections: Innovative Approaches for Reducing Tobacco Use Among Adults with Mental Illness

 

H6b PPT

H7

Evaluation of Interprofessional Team-based Care

 

H7 PPT

I1a

Minding the Gap in Integrated Care: How a TeleBHC Service Can Change the Game for Satellite Clinics and Remote Populations

 

I1a PPT

I1b

Utilizing Virtual Care Methods and Population Health Platforms to Redefine Access to Behavioral Health Services within the Ambulatory Care Setting

 

I1b PPT

I2a

Preparing Physicians to Practice Integrated Behavioral Health: A Pilot Study for a Competency-Based Curriculum

 

I2a PPT

I2b

Sharing Space Just Isn't Enough: Do's and Don'ts of Interprofessional Education

 

I2b PPT

I3

Key Factors for Advancing Integrated Care in Central Oregon: Payer, Provider, Policy, and Technical Assistance

 

I3 PPT

I4

Steps to Sustainability: Building Financially Reimbursable Models for Primary and Specialty Integrated Care

 

I4 PPT

I5

Changing the Trajectory of Chronic Pain in Primary Care: Steps, Stages, and Challenges from a Multidisciplinary Team

 

I5 PPT

I6

Behavioral Health Integration: Assessing Family Medicine Physicians’ Satisfaction of Quality & Access to Mental Health Care

 

I6 PPT

I7a

Psychiatry Addiction Case Conference: What Community Practitioners Value in a Community and Academic Collaborative

 

I7a PPT

I7b

Integration of Psychiatric Providers into the Integrated Primary Care Team to Increase Patient Access to Psychiatric Care in Underserved, Rural Clinic

 

I7b PPT

I8

Evaluation Basics: Design and Implementation

 

I8 PPT

J1

Depth and Breadth: Building Capacity for Coordinated, Comprehensive Care through Collaboration and Collective Impact

 

J1 PPT

J2

Linkage: Connecting Addiction Medicine to Primary Care; Empowering Patients to Take a leading Role in Managing their Overall Health

 

J2 PPT

J3

Si, se puede! Providing Effective Integrated care to Limited English Proficiency (LEP) Latinx Patients and their Families

 

J3 PPT

J4a

Understanding the Importance of Asking Hard Questions In Primary Care: One FQHCs experience with Implementing System Wide ACE Screening in WCCs

 

J4a PPT

J4b

Patterns and Outcomes from Warm Handoffs in Integrated Pediatric Clinics

 

J4b PPT

J5

Using Applied Implementation Science to Build Workforce Capacity Within your Integrated Care Organization

 

J5 PPT

J6

One is Too Many - Our Program’s and Institution’s Response to Loss

 

J6 PPT

J7a

Depression Treatment Pathway in Primary Care

 

J7a PPT

J7b

A Closer Look at the Feasibility and Utility of a Brief Multidimensional Behavioral Health Screen: The Adult Wellbeing Screener

 

J7b PPT

J8

Want to "Measure Up?" How to Select and Use Validated Assessment Tools in Integrated Primary Care Research and Evaluation

 

J8 PPT

J8 Handout 1

J8 Handout 2

 

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