Operationalizing Integration SAMHSA Webinar Series
Putting Integration Best Practices to Work
There are many components to integrated care, but how do you leverage the right ones for the clients you serve? Integration is expansive and includes aspects beyond behavioral health and primary care—it includes standing up multi-faceted responsive services that meet the needs of the individuals you serve in comprehensive ways. Identifying how you and your organization can operationalize the types of care that progress beyond the traditional pathways of integration is critical for your clients and your own sustainability.
Join us and experts from the field as we explore practical ways to integrate best practices such as workforce challenges, client sexual and reproductive health needs, and more!
Mitigating Burnout through Integrated Healthcare:
Our Present State and Ideas to Enhance Professional Well-Being
Chantal M. Brazeau, MD, Chief Wellness Officer, Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences, Assistant Dean for Faculty Vitality, New Jersey Medical School and Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Professor of Family Medicine and Psychiatry, New Jersey Medical School
Noa’a Shimoni, MD, Associate Vice President for Student Health and Wellness, Rutgers University, Associate Vice Chancellor for Health and Wellness, Rutgers University–New Brunswick, Medical Director, Student Health Services and Assistant Professor, New Jersey Medical School
Increased trauma is being reported from those working in behavioral health and primary care to all the providers and staff in between. It’s time to be honest about where we are so we can mitigate harm and identify the systematic options that can be leveraged to create change. Join our expert presenters for an informed discussion of both the state of our providers and a real-world case study on how operationalizing integration methodologies of collaboration and communication benefited one healthcare team. Together, let’s explore how integrated care can be leveraged in support of you–the provider.