Collaborative care means a health care team working together to provide accessible care to help improve your quality of life. Your primary care team can help treat anxiety, depression and more with collaborative care. Your treatment may include:
The primary care provider works with the patient and coordinates care with the whole team. When needed, the provider may prescribe medicine to treat a patient’s symptoms.
The behavioral care manager works with the patient and provider to start treatment, check in and provide support as needed.
A psychiatrist consults with the team to manage a patient’s symptoms.
To learn more or to get collaborative care with our behavioral health providers now, please complete this form and a behavioral care manager will connect with you directly.