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Making Apps and Web-based Tools Part of Your Integrated Behavioral Health Team

Thu, Aug 21, 2014 3:27 PM EDT

Health Information Technology (HIT) makes it possible for individuals to access their health information online and also supports care coordination among health care providers. But how else can provider organizations use HIT to support the integration of behavioral health in primary care?

Web and mobile-based HIT can enhance integration and support clinical outcomes through enriched care coordination, patient engagement, and treatment between office visits. Web-based tools and apps have significant potential to enable self-management of mental health and substance use disorders as well as to act as a treatment extender for individuals served by safety net and other community-based primary care providers.

Join CIHS on August 21 to hear how one health center uses new behavioral HIT patient engagement tools in their integrated behavioral health care services. An HIT expert will review the technologies available to primary care providers, how to ensure IT tools support your clinical outcomes goals, and tips for implementing them into your clinic workflow.


  • Learn  the variety of behavioral HIT clinical support tools available for primary care practices
  • Learn potential benefits to support patient care between office visits        
  • Gain insights on how one clinic implemented a tool into their integrated behavioral health services
  • Obtain strategies for supporting implementation of HIT into the clinical workflow

Presenters: Chantelle Thomas, Behavioral Health Consultant, Access Community Health Center; and Lisa A. Marsch, Director, Center for Technology and Behavioral Health, Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center

Registration is free.

Closed Captioning Available Upon Request

The audio for this webcast is via computer speakers and not telephone. We recommend using external speakers for desktop computers to ensure best audio quality.

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