Brie Reimann is an expert in providing technical assistance, training and support to primary care and behavioral health providers on integrated care initiatives. As the Director for the National Council’s Center for Integrated Health Solutions (CIHS), Ms. Reimann provides leadership, content expertise and project oversight to inform the training and technical assistance provided to community-based behavioral and primary care organizations. Prior to joining the National Council, Ms. Reimann directed the Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) Colorado initiative and provided leadership to the University of Colorado on the Health Professional training grant to develop curriculum for nursing students and preceptors.
A leader on the integration of behavioral health and primary care services and on impacting policies to support sustainability, Ms. Reimann has partnered with hospitals, HIV prevention and care settings, primary care and behavioral health organizations to train providers on population health management strategies to improve health outcomes. Ms. Reimann is successful in working with public and private payers, businesses, public health agencies, and policy makers to affect the system level changes necessary to achieve long term success.
Areas of Expertise: Integrated Care; Workforce Development; SBIRT and Prevention