Collaborative Care Model Trainings & Educational Opportunities

The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Health Benefits (DHB) has partnered with NC AHEC to provide educational and practice-based support to primary care practices interested in implementing the Collaborative Care Model. This includes coaching on workflows and billing/coding, registry implementation, and continuing education programs. Learn more and Register for the CoCM Training Series

American Psychiatric Association Training Opportunities

APA offers free trainings in the Collaborative Care Model for psychiatrists as part of CMS’ Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative (TCPi).

Applying the Integrated Care Approach: Core

This course provides training in Collaborative Care Consultation Psychiatry, focusing on the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to help psychiatrists provide high quality care for larger populations. 

Applying the Integrated Care Approach: Advanced

This course is offered to those who have completed the core training. Once the core training has been completed, you will receive an access code to complete the advanced training.

Applying the Integrated Care Approach: Skills for the Primary Care Physician 

Primary Care Physicians will learn about the Collaborative Care Model, develop skills to work with a psychiatric consultant, and learn how to strengthen behavioral health skills in primary care settings. 

Collaborative Care for Primary Care Providers   AMA PRA Category 1 Credit

Educates primary care physicians on the Collaborative Care Model as a solution to access issues, and teaches them how to connect with a psychiatrist trained in the model.