Anne Daggett, LCSW – Project Coordinator

Anne is currently serving as a Project Coordinator for Cornerstone Whole Healthcare Organization. She obtained her undergraduate degree in social work from Creighton University, and her master’s degree in social work from the University of Nebraska-Omaha. She had been a Licensed Clinical Social Worker for the past 24 years. Anne has worked in health care for the past 10 years in a variety of settings, which include specialty/primary care clinics and a managed healthcare network organization. Her work in healthcare has focused on the intersection of chronic disease management and behavior health. She has had the opportunity to assist clinics in the development and implementation of integrated behavioral health services. She has particular interest in advancing workforce development opportunities for behavioral health professionals interested in integrated practice.

IIBHN 2021 Presentation(s)

May 6, 2021, 9:45-12:00 (MST). Virtual

With Jen Yturriondobetia, MSW, DBH

Introduction to IBH and the Fundamentals of Clinical and Operational Implementation

This session will provide foundational knowledge to those interested in understanding the clinical and operational aspects of implementing the Primary Care Behavioral Health model. Participants will have the opportunity to explore the interconnectedness of clinical and operational functions and will gain additional skills in promotion of successful implementation of the PCBH model

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain why integrated behavioral health services are important for primary care and population health
  • Understand basic elements of the PCBH model
  • Learn practice tools that support completion of 30-minute visits designed to deliver evidence-based interventions
  • Learn operational strategies to implement and maintain a PCBH program
  • Understand a team-based care to support implementation and success of the PCBH model

Development & Implementation of IBH Internship Programs: An Idaho Story

Learning Objectives:

  • Obtain initial content knowledge related to evidenced based integrated behavioral health models
  • Understand constraints and limitations of current academic environments to provide specialized integrated behavioral health training
  • Recognize the national and local need for individuals trained in integrated behavioral health
  • Describe process by which two local Idaho programs responded to integrated behavioral health workforce development
  • Identify core curriculum areas and program process of the Idaho PCBH internship program
  • Discuss perspectives with current and former integrated behavioral health intern
Raoul RolfesAnne Daggett, LCSW – Project Coordinator