Comparative Effectiveness Study of Practice-Based vs. Telemedicine-Based Depression Collaboratives. John Fortney, PhD Jeff Pyne, MD Dinesh Mittal, MD Teresa Hudson, PharmD Division of Health Services Research Department of Psychiatry University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.
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John Fortney, PhD
Jeff Pyne, MD
Dinesh Mittal, MD
Teresa Hudson, PharmD
Division of Health Services Research
Department of Psychiatry
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
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9 Primary Care Practices Depression Collaborative
54,145 Patient Visits
193 (88%)Enrollment Flowchart
Specialty MH Encounters
Depression PC Encounters