S69: Care coordination can enable interagency collaboration in providing comprehensive mental health care for persons with severe and persistent mental illness

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Authors: Anton Isaacs

Year: 2018

Event: 2018 TheMHS Conference


Type of resource: Conference Presentations and Papers

Abstract: The aim of this presentation is to discuss the potential of a care coordination model in promoting interagency collaboration using exemplars from the literature and lessons learnt from Australia’s Partners in Recovery [PIR] initiative. The presentation will first discuss the importance of addressing the multiple needs of individuals with severe and persistent mental illness [SPMI] and the challenges faced by them and the mental health system in addressing those needs. With the help of previous literature on service system integration, Australia’s PIR initiative and care coordination, the presentation will then make the case for care coordination as a potential way to foster interagency collaboration by overcoming common challenges.

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