25th Annual Rosalynn Carter
Symposium on
Mental Health Policy
November 6, 2009
Information Technology:
Putting the Patient
at the Center
of the Information Flow
Agenda
10:50 – 10:55 Welcome
Jurgen Unutzer
10:55 – 11:25 Presentation
Robert Kolodner, MD
11:25 – 12:25 Responders
Ron Manderscheid, Ph.D.
Michael Best, Ph.D.
James McNulty
Tom Trabin, Ph.D.
12:25 – 12:55 Questions & Discussion
Information Technology
Health care is slow to adopt IT.
Mental health care is even slower.
Our patients may end up teaching us.
Putting the Patient
at the Center
Community Health Center
/ Primary Care
CD / SA
Treatment
PC
Vocational
Rehab
Social
Services
CM
HC
Community
Mental Health
Center
“Don’t you guys
talk to each other?”
Primary
Care
Community
Mental Health
Centers
Alcohol &
Substance
Social
Services
Other
Community
based
Abuse
Treatment
Vocational
Rehab
Social Services
“Yes we can.”
Integrated MH Care
25 years of research =>5 years of
moving from research to practice
DIAMOND, Hogg Foundation IHC; NCCBH
Collaboratives, …
Challenges?
- Policy change and Payment reform.
- Practice change is harder than policy change.
- Cultures, Languages, Relationships
“Don’t you guys talk to each other?”
=> Information Technology can Help
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