Research Analyst, Health Workforce Research and Policy, the Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research and Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Social Work University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
This policy brief explores ways in which integrated health care (IHC) was modified during the pandemic, including communication, collaboration, and coordination of care by presenting 4 main themes from a qualitative study of 20 participants, 15 behavioral health providers, and 5 physical health providers.
This article in the Journal of Technology in Human Services presents 3 themes that emerged from a qualitative study seeking to understand how social workers document their work in electronic health records (EHRs) in integrated primary care settings.
This brief provides information on where co-location of DEA-wavered buprenorphine prescribers and behavioral health clinicians occurs and and among which type of providers. As this brief details, co-location varies geographically and by profession.
This policy brief discusses the unique experiences of these low-wage health workers based on findings from in-depth qualitative interviews in 3 states (CA, CO, NC) with workers in environmental services, food services, and patient transport roles. This study was in collaboration with the UCSF Health Workforce Research Center for Long-Term Care.