The Treating Substance Use in Collaborative Care Settings training is designed for practices that have completed the Implementing Collaborative Care (“Base Training”). The training is intended to help the medical provider, psychiatric consultant, behavioral health care manager, and other practice team members gain the foundational knowledge and skills to treat substance use disorders using the Collaborative Care Model. After completing this activity, participants will be able to incorporate workflows and other operational techniques unique to Collaborative Care within their practice to address the behavioral health needs of patients with substance use disorders with fidelity to the Collaborative Care Model.
Completion of Implementing Collaborative Care (“Base Training”) is required prior to completing this training.
Module 1: Collaborative Care and substance use
Module 2: Identifying and referring appropriate patients to Collaborative Care
Module 3: Non-pharmacological treatment and intervention
Module 4: Pharmacological Treatment and Intervention
Please note: Training is only for those individuals planning to actively participate in the BCBSM CoCM Program
Updated January 2024