Section 1: Introduction
A. About This Course
B. Learning Objectives
Section 2: Policy
A. What is a Policy?
B. Social Policies
C. Policy and the Law
Section 3: Integrated Care
A. What is Integrated Care?
B. Treating the Whole Person
C. Why is Integrated Care Important?
D. Mental Health and Mortality
E. The Causes are Preventable
Section 4: Patient Protection Affordable Care Act
A. 2010 Patient Protection Affordable Care Act
B. Provisions of the ACA
C. 2014 ACA Coverage Breakdown
Section 5: Integration of Care: A New Initiative?
A. Patient-Centered Medical Homes
B. Key Components of Integrated/Patient-Centered Care
C. Wagner’s Chronic Care Model
D. The National Council Four Quadrant Model
E. Levels of Organization Integration
F. Functions of Care Provision
G. Outcomes in an Integrated Care Model
Section 6: What is the Role of Social Work?
A. Interdisciplinary Team Value Systems
B. Where Social Workers Fit In
C. Social Workers’ Clinical Functions
Section 7: Conclusion
Dr. Jeff Capobianco has over 20 years of clinical, administrative, and healthcare research experience. He also has an extensive background in primary and behavioral healthcare integration, evidence-based practice implementation, Lean Six Sigma methodologies, and learning community approaches to organizational change and practice improvement. Prior to joining the National Council for Behavioral Healthcare, where he is a Senior Consultant and Director of Practice Improvement for the Center for Integrated Health Solutions, he held positions as a Research Investigator at the University of Michigan School of Social Work and as the Director of Research and New Program Development for the Washtenaw Community Health Organization(WHCO). While at the WCHO, he oversaw the integration of seven primary and behavioral health clinics. Dr. Capobianco has published in national journals including Social Work in Healthcare, Journal of Evidence-based Social Work, Administration and Policy in Mental Health, and Family, Systems, & Health. He is the author of two books and is currently an institutional review board member for the National Research Institute, Inc., a journal review member of the Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research, and a member of the advisory council for Centerstone Research Institute Knowledge Network. A limited licensed psychologist in the State of Michigan, he received a Bachelor degree double majoring in Philosophy and Psychology, and a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Saint Michael's College. He completed a Doctor of Philosophy Degree at Wayne State University in Education Evaluation and Research, with a concentration in quantitative research methods. Disclosure: Jeff Capobianco, PhD, LLP has declared that no conflict of interest, Relevant Financial Relationship or Relevant Non-Financial Relationship exists.