Screening Tools

DAST, AUDIT-C

DAST, AUDIT-C

Drug Abuse Screening Test (DAST)

A 28-item, self-report scale to assess substance abuse.

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Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test Consumption (AUDIT-C)

A three-question, qualitative survey resulting in a numeric value to determine whether or not the surveyor has a problem with alcohol abuse.

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The tools and strategies available for use in the implementation of integration are increasing. An insight into some of those is provided in Integration of Mental Health/Substance Abuse and Primary Care(link is external), and  the IBHC Measures Atlas.

Clinical Outcome Measures

A literature search was conducted to find peer reviewed articles and reports that focus on the quality of integration between behavioral and physical health care settings.  The literature search was limited to prevalent physical and mental health conditions that are commonly comorbid such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, depression, and anxiety.  Clinical health outcomes were used as the primary markers of quality.

In conducting the literature search, researchers first performed an extensive search for clinical outcome measures that assess the quality of integration in health care settings utilizing the following resources:  the National Quality Measures Clearinghouse, Applied Social Sciences Index and Abstracts (ASSIA), Health and Psychosocial Instruments (HAPI), PsycINFO, and PUBMED.  In addition to a general search to update the 2012 work, searches were also conducted specifically focusing on financial outcomes and provider experience with integrated behavioral health care.  An initial review of articles from the searches suggested that no specific clinical outcome measures for evaluating quality of integrated care exist.  Measures in the articles either focused on an individual behavioral health condition or the physical health outcome alone. A final search was then conducted to identify additional articles on the psychometric properties of the outcome measures based on survey instruments.

The measures from the literature search were evaluated based on sensitivity, specificity, validity, and reliability. In order to be selected for the final list of clinical outcome measures, the measure was required to have at least 2 good psychometric properties.

Visit Overview of Measures for a final list of clinical outcome measures from the literature search.

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