Jeff Reiter, PhD, ABPP, is co-author (with Patricia Robinson, PhD) of one of the leading books on primary care integration, titled “Behavioral Consultation and Primary Care: A Guide to Integrating Services”. The 1st edition was published in 2007 and the 2nd in 2016. Currently he works with the Department of Defense, helping them implement integrated care on military bases around the world. Previously, starting in 2002, he developed and led large integrated primary care services in Seattle, first in community health and then in the commercial sector. He is also on the faculty of the DBH program at Arizona State University, a degree program that trains mid-career mental health professionals to work in primary care. Dr. Reiter is on the Board of the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association (CFHA). In 2016, CFHA honored Dr. Reiter with its first “Outstanding Contributions to the PCBH Model Award”. In 2009, he and Mountainview Consulting Group, Inc., were awarded the American Psychological Association’s “Presidential Award for Innovative Practice”, for their work in integrating primary care. Dr. Reiter frequently speaks to, and consults with, organizations around the country on the topic of integrated primary care. He is interested in primary prevention, medically underserved populations, the behavior change process, primary care, and population health. Before working in integrated primary care, he spent 8 years as an active-duty psychologist in the U.S. Air Force. He received his PhD in clinical psychology from the University of Vermont, and holds an ABPP in behavioral psychology.
IIBHN 2020 Presentation(s):
An Overview of Integrated Pediatric Care
with Kim McDermott, MD
Thursday, April 2nd, 2020. 1:00 – 5:30
Grand Ballroom 100DE
- Learn key strategies for integrating the care of pediatricians and behavioral health providers in primary care.
- Identify common pediatric behavioral problems and the corresponding behavioral interventions.
- Outline a workflow for the integrated assessment and treatment of ADHD in primary care.
The Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) model
Friday, April 3rd, 2020. 10:15 – 5:30
Conference Room 100C
10:15 – 12:00. The PCBH Model: Summarizing the Current Evidence and Research Gaps.
- Describe the core components of the PCBH model.
- Summarize existing data for the PCBH model.
- Discuss PCBH Model data gaps.
1:00 – 2:30. Team-Based Care Lab: Practical Strategies for Making Integration Work for the Primary Care Team.
- Understand the ways that integrated care can fulfill the Quadruple Aim of health care.
- Learn how to utilize a behavioral health team member to improve the efficiency, effectiveness and resilience of primary care team members.
2:45 – 5:30. Taking Integration to the Next Level: How to Overcome Barriers and Grow An Integrated Service.
- Identify and overcome common barriers to the growth and success of an integrated primary care service
- Learn practical strategies for growing utilization of an integrated service
The Collaboration of Ethics and Compliance for Integrated Behavioral Health
with DeAnn Carr, LCSW
Saturday, April 4th, 2020. 10:15 – 2:30
Conference Room 110D
- Understanding the Fraud Triangle applied to ethics
- Increased understanding of the relationship between ethics and compliance