Andrew C. Philip, PhD is a clinical health psychologist and the Senior Director of Clinical & Population Health at the Primary Care Development Corporation. At PCDC, Dr. Philip leads a robust team of subject matter experts and implementation specialists in the fields of clinical and population-based prevention and treatment and a portfolio spanning 37 states. Dr. Philip is the immediate past Deputy Director of the SAMHSA-HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions and an adviser to the SAMHSA Center of Excellence for Integrated Care, a certified primary care behavioral health trainer, and Senior Fellow with the Partnership for Public Service in Washington, DC. His experience includes integrating behavioral change principles within numerous medical settings and emphasizing improved care for diverse and undeserved populations populations. Dr. Philip assists in driving initiatives aimed at improving patient care and promoting health innovation, as well as speaking nationally, teaching, writing, and conducting integrated care research.
IIBHN 2020 Presentation(s):
Essentials for Addressing the Needs of LGBT Individuals in Integrated Care
Practice Based Techniques for LGBTQ in Primary Care
With Joseph Neil Ragan, MD
Program Highlights & Lessons Learned: Heritage Health & Valor Health- LGBTQ strategy working with LGBTQ communities.
With Camille Evans, LMSW / Laura Bonneville, LPC
- Review characteristics of LGBT populations and related health considerations.
- Practice utilizing skills for effectively and compassionately communicating with patients about sexual orientation and gender identity.
- Identify steps for creating welcoming and inclusive environment and health neighborhoods for LGBT individuals.