Partners in Care (Wells et al., 2004)

Screening for probable depression

Treatment plan formulated with patient

Yes

Manualized patient education and activation interventions and tools

Yes

Yes

Follow-up assessment

Project IMPACT Collaborative Care Model (Unutzer et al., 2002)

Structured assessment to confirm diagnosis

Yes

Case management

Yes

Multidisciplinary team care and team meetings

Yes

Formal arrangement for psychiatry consultation

Clinical information systems

Promoting Excellence in End-of- Life Care Program (Byock et al., 2006)

Comprehensive psychosocial assessment

Advance care planning

Varies by site

Patient/family education

Varies by site

Yes

Three Component Model (3CM™) (Anonymous, 2004, 2006)

Screening for depression and diagnostic assessment

Yes

Case management

Yes

Formal agreements between primary care providers and consulting psychiatrists

Outcome measurement and follow-up using standardized instruments

aSometimes an intervention (such as use of a case manager) performs more than one function, such as linking individuals to needed service and coordinating their psychosocial and biomedical care. When a model clearly states that this is the case, or when it appears to be the case, an intervention is listed in more than one column.

bCase management and care management are sometimes used interchangeably, although different program developers sometimes give a conceptual basis for their particular terminology. In this chart, the wording of the referenced document is used and refers generally to the assignment of an individual (a case or care manager) who is responsible for linking an individual to needed services; coordination of some aspects of their care; and/or following up to assure the service delivery, service effectiveness, or to monitor changing patient needs or status.



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