Making the Case for High-functioning, Team-Based Care in the Community Behavioral Health Care Setting
Team based care is an essential element of all integrated care settings. Research suggests that team-based care not only improves patient outcomes like improved symptoms, quality of life and satisfaction, but it can also reduce burnout and improve staff capacity and experience, which in turn reduces medical errors and gaps in service. Widespread adoption of team-base care could reasonably address current challenges facing providers while responding to the demands of emerging value-based payment models – especially those that incentivize integrated care delivery.
Join the Center of Excellence for Integrated Health Solutions on Wednesday, October 28th, from 1-2 p.m. ET for our webinar, Making the Case for High-functioning, Team-Based Care in the Community Behavioral Health Care Setting. Not only will this webinar describe barriers and opportunities for implementing Team-Based Care in behavioral health settings, but it will also launch the new MDI Team-Based Care paper and describe the paper’s purpose and utility. This webinar will also promote the launch of a new ECHO Learning Collaborative focused on Team-Based Care.