DPA's 13th Annual Convention
Integrating Behavioral Health and Primary Care: The Business Case, the Skills Needed, and the Future
Presented by: W. Douglas Tynan, Ph.D., ABPP & Kent A. Corso, Psy.D., BCBA-D
A major driving force in the overhaul of the U.S. health care system is coordination of all care provided, including mental health services, in order to reduce duplicated tests, uncoordinated prescriptions, and costs; and to improve communications between all health professionals, to provide better patient care and increase patient satisfaction.
Friday's Program (6 CE Credits)
This six-hour program, presented by Drs. Doug Tynan and Kent Corso, with panelists Drs. Vanessa L. Downing, Julia E. Price, and Scott D. Siegel will focus on the relationship between physical and mental health; the importance of coordinating care; the different models of coordinating care; funding and payment for services; and specific examples and evidence in four specialty care settings.
Saturday's Program (3 CE Credits)
This three hour program, presented by Drs. Doug Tynan and Kent Corso, will address essential skills for assessment and delivering interventions in primary care behavioral health with specific examples of interventions with parents to help children.
Click here for a copy of the convention flyer.