May 4-5, 2023: Integrated Care Conference: Strengthening Integrated Mental Health: Building Trust in Relationships with Patients, Providers, and Community

The ongoing challenges in mental healthcare call for critical innovations, rethinking approaches and strengthening our frameworks. Distinguished keynote speakers, thought leaders, and community voices will lead a variety of sessions to discuss ideas and generate solutions. Join a community of stakeholders to share ideas and learn about community-level innovations relevant to integrated care. Bring your insights so that we work together to improve mental health care and health equity in the State of Washington and beyond.


Please register to the conference here by April 30, 2023 5:00 PM PDT.  Registration is now closed. 


Thursday, May 4, 2023,1:00 PM - 6:45 PM PST
Friday, May 5, 2023, 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM PST


4507 Brooklyn Ave NE
Seattle, Washington
Group Name: UW ICTP
Group Rate: $169.00
You can make reservations online for a room or call the hotel directly at (502) 242-9597. The group rate is $169/night and you have until April 20, 2023 to make reservations, based on hotel availability. 
The Graduate Hotel is located centrally in the University District near restaurants, shops, and the light rail station with direct access to the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. 

Cost to Attend 

In person (employed in WA): $59*
In person (not employed in WA): $159*
Virtual attendee (only keynotes, limited breakout sessions available): $29 
Scholarships available: please see FAQ for how to apply
*In person registration inlcudes attendance to the two day conference and the opening reception on Thursday and two meals on Friday. 


This conference is open to medical and behavioral health clinicians in integrated care settings, program and clinic administrators, policymakers, peer supports, and other staff supporting integrated care work
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  • Henry Chung, MD, Senior Medical Director of Behavioral Health Integration Strategy at Montefiore Care Management Organization and Professor of Psychiatry at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine
  • Margarita Alegría, PhD, Chief of the Disparities Research Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital and Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School
  • Anna Ratzliff, MD, PhD, Director of the Psychiatry Residency Training Program, Co-Director of the AIMS Center, Director of the Integrated Care Training Program, and Professor at the University of Washington Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences & Shannon Kinnan, MD, Associate Professor at Creighton University Department of Psychiatry  

Breakout Sessions

Core Skills of Integrated Care Thread 
  • Creating a Vision for Integrated Care 
  • Integrated Care Financing 
  • Planning for Work Flows 
  • Building your Clinical Team 
  • Telehealth 
  • Sustained Quality Care 
Partnerships Thread
  • WA Integrated Care Assessment Rollout 
  • Partnerships for Older Adults 
  • Screening for Substance Use Disorder in Primary Care 
  • Partnerships for Children and Adolescents 
  • Workforce Development Innovations 
  • Developing Trust for Managing Opioid Use Disorder in Primary Care 
  • Building Clinical Teams in Virtual Integrated Care 
  • Integrating Perinatal Mental Health Treatments into Prenatal Care and the Community 
Social Justice Thread 
  • Individual Patient Experiences 
  • Addressing Structural Barriers at the Community Level 
  • Addressing Structural Barriers through Research 
  • Addressing Structural Barriers through Policy 


Please view the FAQ for additional questions or email

Continuing Education



The UW Integrated Care Training Program (ICTP) is funded and supported by the Washington State Legislature through the Safety-Net Hospital Assessment, working to expand access to psychiatric services throughout the State of Washington.
Please see "Past Conferences, Events & Trainings" for more information on the Washington State Virtual Integrated Care Conference held May 6-7, 2022.
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