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Press Release: N.J. Pediatric Psychiatry Collaborative Care Initiative

NJPA Becomes an Approved Subcontractor of the N.J. Pediatric Psychiatry Collaborative Care Initiative

NJPA Becomes an Approved Subcontractor of the N. Read More

Collaborative Care Model

Issue:In our current healthcare system, the treatment of medical illness and behavioral health conditions, including mental health and substance use disorders, are treated as discrete problems as though they were […]. Read More

Collaborative Care: What is it and How Does It Improve Psychiatric Healthcare

The Collaborative Care Model is a patient-centered, population-focused approach that can reach the large numbers of people suffering from mental illness who currently aren’t being treated by mental health professionals. Read More

Collaborative Care Model Outcomes Data

Collaborative care has been shown to reduce total health care costs, improve patient and provider satisfaction, improve provider productivity, reduce patient absenteeism and presenteeism, and reduce homelessness and incarceration in […]. Read More

APA Collaborative Care Resources

Visit the APA website to access collaborative resources including an explainer video, FAQs and training resources. Read More

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