Using the Collaborative Care Model for Populations with SMI

This resource was created by SMI Adviser content partners and approved by the SMI Adviser clinical expert team for inclusion in the knowledge base.

Collaborative care is an evidence-based approach for improving the quality and outcomes of mental health care. Despite the growing efforts to promote more widespread use of collaborative care, there has been limited support available for providers who wish to implement it in populations with serious mental illness. The resource below delves into the principles of the collaborative care model that apply to individuals with SMI and special considerations when using this model with populations with SMI.



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