Cherokee Health Integrating Primary Care and Behavioral Health Academy
Date: Wednesday, December 14, 2022 & Thursday, December 15, 2022
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. ET
We are pleased to offer this training at no cost to participants! Normally $5,000 for the virtual training and $10,000 for on-site training.
In this highly interactive event, Cherokee Health Systems will conduct its 2-day virtual Integrating Primary Care and Behavioral Health Academy. The content includes understanding the integrated care clinical model, building team-based care, building a primary care provider/behavioral health provider panel, financing integrated care, use of health information technology and data analytics. Please visit the Virtual Training Academy Agenda [PDF 141 KB] for more information on the time breakdown and presenters.
Earn up to 12 continuing education credit for attending this 2-day training.
Anxiety and Depression: Screening and Intervention within an Integrated Care Setting
Date: Wednesday, December 21, 2022
Time: 1:00 - 1:30 p.m. ET
Depression and anxiety disorders are among the most common illnesses in primary care. Those experiencing depression often have qualities of anxiety disorders, and inversely. Both disorders can happen together, but it is important to identify stressors and treat both illnesses appropriately, since they are linked with significant morbidity and mortality. This webinar will state the prevalence of anxiety and major depressive disorder in the United States with respect to gender, ethnicity, and age, review recent USPSTF recommendations regarding anxiety screening, identify comorbidities associated with anxiety and major depression, orient participants to the PHQ-9, (PHQ-3) and GAD-7, and identify intervention strategies within an integrated care setting.
Presenter(s): Joe Hyde, MA, LMHC, CAS
Joe Hyde, MA, LMHC, CAS, has more than 35 years of experience in substance use prevention, intervention, and treatment. He served as the conference director and planner for SAMHSA’s 2001 International Conference on Best Practices: Treatment of Opioid Dependence and the state of Vermont’s first Annual Physicians’ Conference on Addiction Medicine. He has worked with clinics and healthcare programs throughout the United States supporting substance use disorder service integration in primary care.
Earn 0.5 NBCC continuing education credit for attending this session.
Visit the Virtual Training Academy Agenda (PDF 141 KB) for a breakdown of timing of topics and a full list of presenters.