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Workforce Innovations in Integrated Care
Throughout 3 months in spring of 2022, the CoE-IHS team partnered with 30 integrated care organizations to support their development and implementation of innovative solutions to address workforce barriers resulting from the ongoing pandemic and increased demand for integrated mental health, substance use treatment and general health services.
This Learning Collaborative aimed to strengthen the implementation, quality and access to integrated care across a diverse group of health care provider organizations through workforce innovations; it also sought to gather critical information regarding workforce challenges and opportunities to share at a national level. The CoE-IHS continues to work closely with each organization to support sustainability and expansion of these projects in addition to disseminating tools and resources to peer provider organizations.
Explore the map below to learn more about the participating sites and their workforce innovations.
*CCBHC – Certified Community Behavioral Health Center
*FQHC – Federally Qualified Health Center
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Training & Events
Workforce Tools & Resources for Integrated Care Settings
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging
- Access for Everyone: Addressing Health Equity & Racial Justice within Integrated Care Settings
- Workforce Shortages & Impact on Providers and Staff Who Are Black, Indigenous and Persons of Color, or Caregivers
- Supporting Leadership Development Among Black, Indigenous and Persons of Color Staff
- Strategies for Building Compassion Resilience in Integrated Care Settings
- Innovative Approaches to Improving Workforce Capacity & Wellbeing for Rural Health Providers
- Strategies to Support Wellbeing and Retention of Black, Indigenous and Persons of Color Staff
Recruitment & Retention
- Building Capacity in the Integrated Health Workforce: A Focus on Substance Use Education
- Innovative Approaches for Recruiting & Retaining Your Workforce During COVID-19
- Strategies for Recruiting & Retaining a Strong Rural Health Workforce
- 2022 CCBHC Impact Report
Effective Multidisciplinary Teams
- Strengths-based Skills for Supervisors in Integrated Care Teams
- High-functioning Behavioral Health Team-based Care
- Team Tune-up: Helping Teams Work Better Together
- Care Team Huddles & Meetings: Agenda/Checklist
- Making Apps & Web-based Tools Part of Your Integrated Behavioral Health Team
For more information, see our learning collaborative cohort findings. If you have questions, please reach out to us at integration@TheNationalCouncil.org.
Other Tools & Resources
Visit the National Council for Mental Wellbeing’s Workforce Development Webpage for more tools and resources on this topic.