Contextualizing the Effectiveness of a Collaborative Care Model for Primary Care Patients with Diabetes and Depression (Teamcare): A Qualitative Assessment Using RE-AIM.

@article{Wozniak2015ContextualizingTE,
  title={Contextualizing the Effectiveness of a Collaborative Care Model for Primary Care Patients with Diabetes and Depression (Teamcare): A Qualitative Assessment Using RE-AIM.},
  author={Lisa A. Wozniak and Allison Soprovich and Sandra E. Rees and Fatima Al Sayah and Sumit Ranjan Majumdar and Jeffrey A. Johnson},
  journal={Canadian journal of diabetes},
  year={2015},
  volume={39 Suppl 3},
  pages={S83-91}
}
OBJECTIVE We evaluated the implementation of an efficacious collaborative care model for patients with diabetes and depression in a controlled trial in 4 community-based primary care networks (PCNs) in Alberta, Canada. Similar to previous randomized trials, the nurse care manager-led TeamCare intervention demonstrated statistically significant improvements in depressive symptoms compared with usual care. We contextualized TeamCare's effectiveness by describing implementation fidelity at the… CONTINUE READING