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WIHI: The Benefits of Behavioral Health in the ED
November 14, 2019 | How can emergency departments improve care for behavioral health patients, and improve safety and joy for staff?
WIHI: How to Build Better Behavioral Health in the Emergency Department
July 12, 2018 | Promising new practices are being tested in hospitals to integrate behavioral health in the emergency department and upstream.
WIHI: When Everyone Knows Your Name: Identifying Patients with Complex Needs
January 29, 2015 | A relatively small percentage of the US population accounts for the largest share of health care costs. Everyone knows who we're talking about, right? Well, not exactly.
WIHI: The Road to Team-Based Primary Care and Behavioral Health
December 4, 2014 | Primary care practices across the US are facing a number of important challenges right now; prominent among them is doing a much better job at recognizing and helping patients with behavioral health issues.
WIHI: Mental Health Care in the Hospital: Preventing Harm, Promoting Safety
October 9, 2014 | This WIHI explores work that's underway in hospitals to prevent harm and promote safety for patients with psychiatric conditions and needs.
WIHI: Integrating Physical and Behavioral Health
July 25, 2013 | This WIHI showcases leaders and organizations that are at the forefront of redesigning care for patients and populations in need of primary care and mental health services. Research has begun to demonstrate that this approach leads to improved chronic conditions and fewer trips to the ED.
Author in the Room: Evidence-Based Management of Behavioral Symptoms in Dementia Using Nonpharmacologic Approaches
December 2012 | A discussion with the authors of the JAMA article "Evidence-Based Management of Behavioral Symptoms in Dementia Using Nonpharmacologic Approaches."
Author in the Room: Diagnosis and Treatment of Depression in Adults with Comorbid Medical Conditions
June 2012 | A discussion with the author of the JAMA article "Diagnosis and Treatment of Depression in Adults with Comorbid Medical Conditions."
Author in the Room: Alcohol Consumption in Older Adults and Health Effects
July 2010 | A discussion with the author of the JAMA article "A 42-Year-Old Man Considering Whether to Drink Alcohol for His Health."
Author in the Room: Therapy for Persistent Insomnia
July 2009 | A discussion with the author of the JAMA article "Cognitive-Behavior Therapy, Singly and Combined with Medication, for Persistent Insomnia."
Author in the Room: Smoking Cessation in Patients with Psychiatric Illness
March 2009 | A discussion with the author of the JAMA article "Smoking Cessation in Patients with Psychiatric Illness."
Author in the Room: Depression Screening for Patients with Cardiovascular Disease
December 2008 | A discussion with the authors of the JAMA article "Depression Screening for Patients with Cardiovascular Disease."
Author in the Room: Antidepressant-Associated Sexual Dysfunction
September 2008 | A discussion with the author of the JAMA article "Sildenafil Treatment of Women with Antidepressant-Associated Sexual Dysfunction: A Randomized Controlled Trial."
Author in the Room: Association Between Depressive Symptoms and Diabetes
July 2008 | A discussion with the author of the JAMA article "Examining a Bidirectional Association Between Depressive Symptoms and Diabetes."
Profiles in Improvement: Marianne Olsson from the Federation of Swedish County Councils
improving health care? People are at hospitals and in office practices all across the US and internationally. IHI decided to share the stories of these individuals. Here is a profile of Marianne Olsson of the Federation of Swedish County Councils(Gothenburg, Sweden).">