Impact by the Numbers

The Integrated Care Training Program's current impact:
 
  • 32 UW Psychiatry Fellows
    • 7 Integrated Care Fellows
    • 15 Psychosomatic Medicine Fellows
    • 11 Addictions Fellows
    • 2 Geriatric Psychiatry Fellows
    • 2 Child Psychiatry Fellows
  • 25 UW Psychiatry Residents
    • All 4th year residents
    • 5 residents with Area of Distinction in Integrated Care
  • 30 Community-Based Integrated Care Fellows
    • 14 in Cohort 1 (completed February 2019)
    • 16 in Cohort 2 (started March 2019)
  • 30 Spokane Psychiatry and Family Medicine Residents trained in addictions
  • 45 Faculty contributing to Integrated Care Training Program
  • 5 integrated care implementation sites with 27 total staff trained by Integrated Care Fellows
    • Eatonville – MultiCare, Pierce County (Nov 2016)
    • Spokane – Providence, Spokane County (Feb 2017)
    • Colville – Providence, Stevens County (Aug 2017)
    • Bellingham – North Sound Family Care Network, Whatcom County (Aug 2018)
    • Inchelium – Lake Roosevelt Community Health Center, Ferry County (Aug 2018)
  • 688 hours of instruction on integrated care provided to 172 community-based psychiatrists
  • 6,149 hours of instruction provided to 580 community providers through UW PACC ECHO program
    • ​136 cases presented at UW PACC by 71 providers
    •  Community trainings offered in Vancouver (Dec 2016) and Spokane (May 2017) with an additional 85 and 163 hours of training provided to 26 and 50 providers, respectively
  • 20+ collaborative care implementation sites
    • 20 UW-based clinics supported and trained
    • Telepsychiatric consultation to Capital Medical Center (Olympia) and Peace Island Medical Center (Friday Harbor)