Below you will find helpful links and resources to help guide you on the Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) Model
One goal of PNWU’s strategic plan is to expand graduate level educational opportunities. In response to that goal, the Yakima Valley Interprofessional Practice and Education Collaborative (YVIPEC) was established in the fall of 2014 to promote the highest quality health care in the region through a culture of inclusive and collaborative interprofessional education, practice, and scholarship. Learn More
The group’s purpose is to grow interest and enthusiasm, provide learning experiences, and promote actionable dissemination activities among CFHA members regarding PCBH Service Model delivery. Discussion topics will include: funding, policy and procedures, skill acquisitions, training models, and research and evaluation. Learn More
In this book we present readers a guide for providing health and MH care in a radically different fashion- one that begins to better meet the needs of the population. Called Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) this model of care involves delivery of Behavioral Health Consultant (BHC) services in a PC clinic and differs in many respects from traditional MH care. It is also designed to change the way PC is conducted. Learn More
Below are helpful video playlists from our supervisors to help you through the PCBH model and advocacy.
Our Behavioral Health Education Director David Bauman produces these videos in collaboration with the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association, a member-based non-profit whose aim is to make integrated care the standard of care. For more see: http://cfha.net & http://integratedcarenews.com.
What Medical Providers Enjoy About PCBH
Listen to medical providers, residents, and more speak to why they enjoy having BHCs, part of PCBH model, in their clinics.