Improving Identification of Depression and Alcohol Use Disorder for Behavioral Health Conditions
Lake Superior Quality Innovation Network (QIN) is working to improve identification of depression and alcohol use disorder in primary care and care transitions for behavioral health conditions. More.
Join Kay Jewell, MD, healthcare consultant and National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) volunteer, and Sue Abderholden, MPH, Executive Director of the NAMI Minnesota, for an insightful discussion on leading causes of readmissions in the inpatient psychiatric facility (IPF) setting and strategies to reduce them. Download slides
This webinar is designed to provide the participant an overview of alcohol screening in primary care settings and explain different methods providers can use to address their patients’ alcohol use.
SBIRT Fact Sheet – Benefits of SBIRT, providers eligible to perform SBIRT for reimbursement, billing codes
AHA Behavioral Health Integration Paper – Why integration of behavioral health care is important
Behavioral Health Screening Tools Grid – A look at the validated screening tools for depression, alcohol and substance use disorders
Behavioral Health Billing Codes – An overview of how to bill for behavioral health screenings