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Coming Soon? The Ongoing Effort to Promote Better Depression Services in Primary Care

November 2012

Christopher A. Langston, Ph.D., Program Director, The John A. Hartford Foundation

Depression is one of the most common disabling and debilitating health conditions in the United States and internationally. To ensure better depression care for older patients, The John A. Hartford Foundation has advocated for the Improving Mood–Promoting Access to Collaborative Treatment (IMPACT) model as the standard approach to the delivery of mental health services in primary care.


PDF Format Views from the Field: 11-19-12 (The John A. Hartford Foundation)