indicatorsThe team dynamic and group process support ongoing Collaborative Care skill development and provision; all team members’ perspectives are valued and represented in clinical care and knowledge exchange

  • Culture of inclusion and collaboration among staff and providers within Collaborative Care service

  • Introduction of processes to facilitate Collaborative Care team functioning (e.g. problem resolution mechanism and/or decision-making process)

  • Barriers to communication between Collaborative Care providers (e.g. geographic distance versus co-location, cultural differences, lack of standardized communication processes)

  • Collaborative Care service improves communication between PC and MH providers