The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) projects shortfalls of works across most occupations. However, these studies do not consider specific models of behavioral health care and how supply and demand estimates may change in the context of these alternative care models. Thus, this study seeks to collect and analyze data on four models of care to determine effects on workforce capacity:
1) integration of behavioral health care in primary care,
2) collaborative care,
3) tele-behavioral health care, and
4) coordinate specialty care for first episode psychosis.
To be released in the Fall of 2020