Together with our partners, Concert Health delivers Collaborative Care Management, an evidence-based, primary care-driven model to treat depression and anxiety. Collaborative Care is proven to improve clinical outcomes more effectively in comparison to traditional treatment methods. Over 90 high-quality randomized control trials show Collaborative Care delivers better access, better outcomes, and lower MLR versus alternative forms of care.


Suicide Safer Care at Concert Health

Suicide is an urgent concern: in 2020, suicide was the twelfth leading cause of death for all ages in the United States. Collaborative Care, the evidence-based model used by Concert Health, supports patients at risk for suicide through the use of high-touch, evidence-based interventions.


Measurement Based Care

As health care organizations adopt Collaborative Care, it has become critical to begin to standardize how both adoption and outcomes are reported. Concert Health, a leading behavioral health medical group, has been spearheading the development of rigor around Collaborative Care outcomes.


Increase Access and Reduce Disparities

Concert Health worked with CommonSpirit to monitor and track patient progress and outcomes, including frequency of visits and improvement of scores on standardized screening tools.  50% of Concert patients see a 50% reduction in their depression or anxiety symptoms (PHQ, GAD) within 90 days of beginning treatment.

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COVID-19 impact on behavioral health

The COVID-19 pandemic has created an increased demand for behavioral health services. In a recent Kaiser Family Foundation poll, almost 50 percent of people reported that coronavirus was having a negative effect on their mental health.

The Chartis Group and Concert Health have completed a whitepaper that identifies the key requirements to quickly and cost-effectively expand collaborative care models.

Learn more about Collaborative Care