Tag: primary care

Using Telehealth to Deliver Developmental, Behavioral, and Mental Health Services in Primary Care Settings for Children in Underserved Areas

PI: Coker, Tumaini
INSTITUTION: University of California Los Angeles
FUNDING MECHANISM: PCORI

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Health Promoters and Pharmacists in Diabetes Team Management

PI: Gerber, Ben
INSTITUTION: University of Illinois at Chicago
FUNDING MECHANISM: R01

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Improving Evidence-Based Primary Care for Chronic Kidney Disease

PI: Fox, Chester
INSTITUTION: State University of New York at Buffalo
FUNDING MECHANISM: R01

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Implementation Toolkit to Integrate Behavioral Health Services Into Primary Care

PI: Kessler, Roger
INSTITUTION: University of Vermont
FUNDING MECHANISM: R03

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