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9201
The general practitioner pharmacotherapy prescribing workforce: Examining sustainability from a systems perspective
Type: Journal Article
Authors: E. Hotham, A. Roche, N. Skinner, B. Dollman
Year: 2005
Publication Place: England
Abstract: As prescribers of opioid pharmacotherapies, general practitioners (GPs) are pivotal to the sustainability of opioid pharmacotherapy treatment services. The goal of this study was to examine the nature and sustainability of the Australian GP prescriber workforce in order to inform future programmes and policy development in this area. Data were collected from four Australian states: South Australia, Queensland, Victoria and New South Wales. Key features of the available data were: a heavy client load carried by a small number of prescribers, a high proportion of trained but inactive prescribers, and a high proportion (one-third to two-thirds) of medical practitioners who undertake training but do not take up prescribing, i.e. a high attrition rate. Available data indicate significant shortfalls in the number of prescribers available in each state to service this patient population. Across all states a relatively small number of prescribers were providing services for the majority of methadone clients. In order to achieve sustainable, high quality prescriber service provision, workforce development strategies are needed which focus on recruitment of new prescribers, and the support and retention of existing and inactive prescribers. Establishment of systematic and detailed data collection systems should also be considered a priority.
Topic(s):
Education & Workforce See topic collection
9204
The global burden of perinatal common mental health disorders and substance use among migrant women: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Type: Journal Article
Authors: K. Stevenson, G. Fellmeth, S. Edwards, C. Calvert, P. Bennett, O. M. R. Campbell, D. C. Fuhr
Year: 2023
Topic(s):
Opioids & Substance Use See topic collection
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Healthcare Disparities See topic collection
9205
The GNE-KLH anti-cocaine vaccine protects dams and offspring from cocaine-induced effects during the prenatal and lactating periods
Type: Journal Article
Authors: Paulo Sérgio de Almeida Augusto, Raissa Lima Gonçalves Pereira, Sordaini Maria Caligiorne, Brian Sabato, Bruna Rodrigues Dias Assis, Larissa Pires do Espírito Santo, Karine Dias dos Reis, Gisele Assis Castro Goulart, Ângelo de Fátima, Maila de Castro Lourenço das Neves, Frederico Duarte Garcia
Year: 2021
Topic(s):
Healthcare Disparities See topic collection
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Opioids & Substance Use See topic collection
9206
The goodness of fit between evidence-based early childhood mental health programs and the primary care setting
Type: Book
Authors: Dana E. Crawford, Rahil D. Briggs
Year: 2016
Topic(s):
Grey Literature See topic collection
Disclaimer:

This grey literature reference is included in the Academy's Literature Collection in keeping with our mission to gather all sources of information on integration. Grey literature is comprised of materials that are not made available through traditional publishing avenues. Often, the information from unpublished resources can be limited and the risk of bias cannot be determined.

9207
The graying of integrated health: The specialized role of psychology in geriatric primary care
Type: Journal Article
Authors: E. Kube, G. Harris, B. Hicken
Year: 2021
Abstract:

OBJECTIVES: Integrating behavioral health services into primary care is an important global initiative to improve access to mental health services. Within the Veterans Health Administration (VHA), Geriatric Patient Aligned Care Teams (GeriPACTs) are one model of integrated care for frail older adults to serve older Veterans with geriatric syndromes and increased probability of cognitive impairment. Understanding of the role of psychology in GeriPACT is limited. This study examines this role, describes the practice of these psychologists, and evaluates the integration of psychology into geriatric primary care. METHODS: A mixed-methods design was used. Recruitment occurred through two VHA listservs for GeriPACT and Primary Care Mental Health Integration (PC-MHI) psychologists. Surveys examined referral processes, service access, clinical services provision, and use of psychotherapy modalities. Twenty psychologists participated. Structured follow-up interviews were conducted with five participants. RESULTS: A large minority of psychologists did not have FTE allotted for GeriPACT work they provided (40%). Sixty percent were assigned to one GeriPACT team. Twenty percent served four to seven GeriPACT teams. Eighty percent provided same-day services. Cognitive assessment was provided weekly by over sixty percent of providers who had FTE allotment to this role. Qualitative data provided a rich description of psychologists' perceptions of their role, team functioning, referral processes, visit structure, and other factors. CONCLUSION: Findings are discussed in the context of the World Health Organization's guidelines for integrating mental health into primary care. Data suggest a need for an integrated model that adapts to the special needs of older adults in primary care.

Topic(s):
Education & Workforce See topic collection
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Healthcare Disparities See topic collection
9208
The graying of integrated health: the specialized role of psychology in geriatric primary care
Type: Journal Article
Authors: E. Kube, G. Harris, B. Hicken
Year: 2020
Publication Place: England
Abstract:

Objectives: Integrating behavioral health services into primary care is an important global initiative to improve access to mental health services. Within the Veterans Health Administration (VHA), Geriatric Patient Aligned Care Teams (GeriPACTs) are one model of integrated care for frail older adults to serve older Veterans with geriatric syndromes and increased probability of cognitive impairment. Understanding of the role of psychology in GeriPACT is limited. This study examines this role, describes the practice of these psychologists, and evaluates the integration of psychology into geriatric primary care.Methods: A mixed-methods design was used. Recruitment occurred through two VHA listservs for GeriPACT and Primary Care Mental Health Integration (PC-MHI) psychologists. Surveys examined referral processes, service access, clinical services provision, and use of psychotherapy modalities. Twenty psychologists participated. Structured follow-up interviews were conducted with five participants.Results: A large minority of psychologists did not have FTE allotted for GeriPACT work they provided (40%). Sixty percent were assigned to one GeriPACT team. Twenty percent served four to seven GeriPACT teams. Eighty percent provided same-day services. Cognitive assessment was provided weekly by over sixty percent of providers who had FTE allotment to this role. Qualitative data provided a rich description of psychologists' perceptions of their role, team functioning, referral processes, visit structure, and other factors.Conclusion: Findings are discussed in the context of the World Health Organization's guidelines for integrating mental health into primary care. Data suggest a need for an integrated model that adapts to the special needs of older adults in primary care.

Topic(s):
Education & Workforce See topic collection
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Healthcare Disparities See topic collection
9209
The group health medical home at year two: Cost savings, higher patient satisfaction, and less burnout for providers
Type: Journal Article
Authors: R. J. Reid, K. Coleman, E. A. Johnson, P. A. Fishman, C. Hsu, M. P. Soman, C. E. Trescott, M. Erikson, E. B. Larson
Year: 2010
Publication Place: United States
Abstract: As the patient-centered medical home model emerges as a key vehicle to improve the quality of health care and to control costs, the experience of Seattle-based Group Health Cooperative with its medical home pilot takes on added importance. This paper examines the effects of the medical home prototype on patients' experiences, quality, burnout of clinicians, and total costs at twenty-one to twenty-four months after implementation. The results show improvements in patients' experiences, quality, and clinician burnout through two years. Compared to other Group Health clinics, patients in the medical home experienced 29 percent fewer emergency visits and 6 percent fewer hospitalizations. We estimate total savings of $10.3 per patient per month twenty-one months into the pilot. We offer an operational blueprint and policy recommendations for adoption in other health care settings.
Topic(s):
Financing & Sustainability See topic collection
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Medical Home See topic collection
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Healthcare Policy See topic collection
9210
The Harnessing Online Peer Education (HOPE) intervention for reducing prescription drug abuse: A qualitative study
Type: Journal Article
Authors: Sean D. Young, Keith Heinzerling
Year: 2017
Topic(s):
Education & Workforce See topic collection
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Opioids & Substance Use See topic collection
9211
The HEALing (Helping to End Addiction Long-term (SM)) Communities Study: Protocol for a cluster randomized trial at the community level to reduce opioid overdose deaths through implementation of an integrated set of evidence-based practices
Type: Journal Article
Authors: HEALing Communities Study Consortium
Year: 2020
Topic(s):
Opioids & Substance Use See topic collection
9213
The health and social consequences during the initial period of the COVID-19 pandemic among current and former people who inject drugs: A rapid phone survey in Baltimore, Maryland
Type: Journal Article
Authors: Becky L. Genberg, Jacquie Astemborski, Damani A. Piggott, Tanita Woodson-Adu, Gregory D. Kirk, Shruti H. Mehta
Year: 2021
Topic(s):
Healthcare Disparities See topic collection
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Opioids & Substance Use See topic collection
9214
The health care home model: primary health care meeting public health goals
Type: Journal Article
Authors: R. Grant, D. Greene
Year: 2012
Publication Place: United States
Abstract: In November 2010, the American Public Health Association endorsed the health care home model as an important way that primary care may contribute to meeting the public health goals of increasing access to care, reducing health disparities, and better integrating health care with public health systems. Here we summarize the elements of the health care home (also called the medical home) model, evidence for its clinical and public health efficacy, and its place within the context of health care reform legislation. The model also has limitations, especially with regard to its degree of involvement with the communities in which care is delivered. Several actions could be undertaken to further develop, implement, and sustain the health care home.
Topic(s):
Medical Home See topic collection
9215
The health needs of people leaving prison with a history of methamphetamine and/or opioid use
Type: Journal Article
Authors: C. Cumming, S. A. Kinner, R. McKetin, I. Li, D. B. Preen
Year: 2023
9216
The Healthcare Law: About the Law
Type: Web Resource
Authors: Department of Health and Human Services
Year: 2017
Publication Place: Washington, D.C.
Topic(s):
Healthcare Policy See topic collection
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Grey Literature See topic collection
Disclaimer:

This grey literature reference is included in the Academy's Literature Collection in keeping with our mission to gather all sources of information on integration. Grey literature is comprised of materials that are not made available through traditional publishing avenues. Often, the information from unpublished resources can be limited and the risk of bias cannot be determined.

9217
The heart of family medicine
Type: Journal Article
Authors: Robin S. Gotler, Elizabeth A. Bayliss
Year: 2010
Publication Place: Inc.
Topic(s):
General Literature See topic collection
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9218
The Heart Program: Integrated mental health care in an adolescent obstetric and teen-tot medical home
Type: Journal Article
Authors: Celeste St John-Larkin
Year: 2016
Publication Place: Baltimore
Topic(s):
Healthcare Disparities See topic collection
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Medical Home See topic collection