While behavioral health concerns are common among individuals with complex health and social needs, existing behavioral health outcome measures may not be appropriate for use in complex care programs. Fulbright Fellow from McMaster University, Cara Evans, in partnership with Jason Turi, Camden Coalition Director of Field Building & Resources, and Rebecca Sax, former Camden Coalition Sr. Program Manager of Field Building & Resources, interviewed program leaders and consumer advocates in the complex care field to get their insight on which measures work and how to improve others.
Find recommendations for improving measurement for behavioral health in this brief and reflections from Cara on our blog.
This research was funded by a Fulbright Canada Special Foundation Fellow Award and an Ontario Graduate Scholarship to the student investigator.