Integrating Clinical and Mental Health in the U.S.
WhereNational Press Club
529 14th St. NW
Room: First Amendment Lounge
Washington, DC 20005
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Nearly 45 million American adults suffered from some form of mental illness in 2016. Research has shown the value of integrating clinical health and mental health services in improving outcomes and access to care, yet barriers to integration remain.
Please join us January 24 as the Bipartisan Policy Center releases our new report on integrating behavioral health into the broader care system and hosts a discussion examining the promise and challenges of this integration. The panel composed of national leaders in integrating care will examine the existing delivery structure, public and private program financing, practitioner challenges, accomplishments on the ground, and consumer priorities.
Event will be webcast.
Opening remarks by:
Chief Strategy Officer, Well Being Trust
Fireside chat with:
Former U.S. Representative (D-RI); Founder, The Kennedy Forum
Senior Advisor, Bridgewater Associates
President, Jennings Policy Strategies; BPC Advisor; Moderator
Panel discussion with:
Strategic Advisor and Chair, Government Relations & Public Policy, Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz; BPC Advisor; Moderator
Chief Medical, Officer UnitedHealthcare Community & State
Vice President Business Development & Strategic Services, MemorialCare Health System
Director of Pediatric Programs and Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Community Care of North Carolina
Nonresident Fellow – Economic Studies, Center for Health Policy, Brookings Institution
Closing remarks by:
Chief Executive, Well Being Trust
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