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Innovative Models for Integrated Care Abstract


Award Currency:
  1. Presentation (30 min) at the Annual Meeting
  2. 2024 meeting registration waived
  3. Award announced and recognition certificate presented at the meeting
  4. Facilitation of submission of the model description for publication in Current Psychiatry
  1. To recognize the most innovative clinical services for integrated care;
  2. To foster competition for the presentation and publication of the best models of integrated care; and
  3. To promote AMP as the forum for the presentation of innovative models of integrated care
Criteria for Selection:
  1. Innovative:  creative or novel integration of medicine and psychiatry practices; preference will be given to models already implemented and which have data
  2. Important and effective: adds significantly to existing approaches to integrated care with evidence of effective outcomes
  3. Generalizable: may be adopted or modified for use in other settings, includes suggestions for implementation
  4. Commitment to present if selected
  5. Must be submitted and presented by academic faculty or other practicing clinicians who have completed training. While AMP supports learners and residents in many of its awards and presentation formats, this competition is intended for those who are out of training.

Submission Deadline: All submissions must be received before Wednesday, June 5, 2024. Authors will be notified of a decision by June 28, 2024. If you are not contacted by July 9, 2024, please email  

(Salient features of regional location, organizational structure, funding sources, incentives, etc., that facilitate or constrain the model. Factors that contributed to the development of the model.)
(Description of most essential features of the service model: services provided, resources required, outcomes assessed, populations served, problems resolved, etc.)
(Specify the clinical benefits provided by this model and the populations likely to benefit.)
(Specify the clinical benefits provided by this model and the populations likely to benefit.)
(Identify the settings that could potentially adopt this model and the resources required. Include suggestions for implementation.)