From Fragmentation to Integration: A Triple Aim Imperative

Topic Overview

Our nation's healthcare system is plagued by many problems, but principal among them is the problem of fragmentation, particularly of physical health from mental health. Fragmentation in healthcare is pervasive and manifests through institutionalized barriers in our financial, operational and clinical systems. As a result, new and innovative models that integrate care are gaining attention, such as collaborative care that unites mind and body, individual and family, patients, providers and communities. Join our speakers to discover why adoption and sustainability of collaborative care is not only a highly effective clinical model but it is also fundamental to achieve the Triple Aim: improving the patient experience of care; improving the health of populations; and reducing per capita cost of health care.


Benjamin Milley, PsyD

Director of The Eugene S. Farley, Jr. Health Policy Center and Assistant Professor, Dept. of Family Medicine at the University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine

Parinda Khatri, PhD

Chief Clinical Officer, Cherokee Health Systems

Susan McDaniel, PhD, ABPP 

Dr. Laurie Sands Distinguished Professor of Psychiatry and Family Medicine, director of the Institute for the Family in Psychiatry, and associate chair of family medicine at the University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry

Patrick Gordon, MPA

Associate Vice President, Rocky Mountain Health Plans