Physician attitude toward depression care interventions: Implications for implementation of quality improvement initiatives

@article{Henke2008PhysicianAT,
  title={Physician attitude toward depression care interventions: Implications for implementation of quality improvement initiatives},
  author={Rachel Mosher Henke and Ann F. Chou and Johann C Chanin and Amanda B Zides and Sarah Hudson Scholle},
  journal={Implementation Science : IS},
  year={2008},
  volume={3},
  pages={40 - 40}
}
BackgroundFew individuals with depression treated in the primary care setting receive care consistent with clinical treatment guidelines. Interventions based on the chronic care model (CCM) have been promoted to address barriers and improve the quality of care. A current understanding of barriers to depression care and an awareness of whether physicians believe interventions effectively address those barriers is needed to enhance the success of future implementation.MethodsWe conducted semi… CONTINUE READING
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