Behavioral and Primary Healthcare Integration Presentation
Healthcare Integration Presentation
The Health Integration Meeting: A Concrete Example Of Integration Between Behavioral Health & Primary Medical Care
Welligent is excited to share our sponsored presentation from this year’s Open Minds California Management Best Practices Institute. Cassandra Eslami, Managing Director of Mental Health at HealthRIGHT 360 delivered an excellent presentation last week.
About the presentation:
HealthRIGHT 360’s “integration meeting” is a process developed for clients to receive coordinated primary care, psychiatric and behavioral health treatment. When clinicians see an adverse change in a client’s health or day to day behaviors and feel there’s a need for evaluation, the client is referred to the clinic and a multidisciplinary team discusses the case. Learn how this process results in clients getting more comprehensive and integrated health care through case examples and technological advances.
About the presenter:
Ms. Eslami assists in administration and clinical programming of mental health services in both San Francisco and Solano county. Ms. Eslami is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, gaining her Masters of Science in Counseling from San Francisco State University. She has designed, implemented and directed a number of programs at HealthRIGHT 360 including family services and criminal justice programs for adults and youth. She leads efforts to strengthen the integration of mental health services with substance use disorder treatment and primary care and is instrumental in quality improvement and workforce development for mental health operations.
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