What is the Integrated Care Leadership Program?

The Satcher Health Leadership Institute at Morehouse School of Medicine (SHLI/MSM) offers an innovative program designed to build capacity within clinical sites to successfully develop integrated care practices. The program has been demonstrated to advance readiness for integrated care among established and emerging integrated care sites by providing education, implementation supports, along with structured coaching & feedback.

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The program also consists of a self-paced online training curriculum and informative webinars designed to catalyze integrated practice change and quality improvement for program participants as well as a wider audience.

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The program consists of an online training curriculum, monthly webinars, technical assistance and coaching calls designed to catalyze integrated practice change and quality improvement. Participants in the online program gain access to web-based resources, can network with other sites, and receive mentorship through a virtual “Community of Practice” that includes integrated care experts and established practices. In addition, ICLP sites are eligible to compete for high impact innovation awards with technical assistance for implementation of quality improvement projects.

Practices that effectively integrate behavioral health services and primary care have been shown to improve clinical outcomes and quality of life for healthcare consumers. Additional benefits include: enhanced team performance, increased mental health and well-being, improved satisfaction, and health system cost savings.

  • Cultivate Transformative Leadership: Participants who complete the program will enhance their leadership skills and competence to promote system transformation towards integrated practice

  • Facilitated Mentorship: Established integrated practices and expert program staff will provide regular support and mentorship to participants

  • Support Quality Improvement: Participants will learn ways to strengthen existing performance and quality improvement efforts by addressing unmet behavioral health needs in primary care settings

  • Enable Sustainable Change: Participants will learn strategies to ensure sustainability of successful practice change efforts by implementing best practices and effectively engaging stakeholders

Tuition fees for the 6-month collaborative are sponsored for up to twenty (20) clinical sites. Participation requires an individual time commitment estimated at 2-3 hours per week for the program champion. If you are interested in a customized implementation for your organization, please contact us to explore partnership opportunities.

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