Electronic Behavioral Health Systems for Wraparound Care Coordination

With funding from the University of Maryland Institute for Innovation and Implementation and the Center for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS), the Wraparound Evaluation and Research Team at UW PBHJP has partnered with Social TecKnowledgy, Inc., to develop and test TMS-WrapLogic, a web-based data collection, management, and feedback software package design

National Evaluation of Wraparound Implementation and Outcomes

In addition to federally-funded research, development, and technical assistance, the Wraparound Evaluation and Research Team at UW PBHJP conducts rigorous evaluation studies nationwide. Currently UW WERT is partnering with King County, Washington; Thurston and Mason Counties, Washington; and Broward Co., FL to evaluate raparound initiatives in those localities.

Coordinating Wraparound with Evidence-Based Clinical Practices

PBHJP faculty and staff are focused on developing and testing methods for ensuring that states and jurisdictions implementing Wraparound care coordination for youth with complex needs are doing so in a way that actively integrates research-based clinical care. For example, PBHJP is now collaborating with PracticeWise LLC, to train wraparound care coordinators, family partners, and therapists in several sites in two states on the Managing and Adapting Practice (MAP) system, a coordinated method for delivering evidence-informed clinical care.

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