IIBHN 3rd Annual Conference
Thank you to all presenters & attendees who participated in the first Virtual IIBHN Conference!
The 3rd annual Idaho Integrated Behavioral Health Network Conference was a tremendous success due to your participation and accommodation in these trying COVID-19 times.
See you all (hopefully in-person) at IIBHN 2021!
About the Conference
The 3rd Annual IIBHN Conference will attract the finest State and National experts in the field of Integrated Behavioral Health. The 2020 Conference will inspire innovative partnerships and promote the continued development, implementation and evaluation of integrated behavioral health (IBH) care while considering the role of IBH in healthcare transformation.
This event will be held virtually from May – August, 2020.
Last year’s Conference hosted over 200 professionals from Idaho and neighboring states. Attendees represented primary care, psychiatrists, psychologists, private and public payers, healthcare administration, behavioral health providers, and quality improvement organizations.
- Clearwater Valley & St. Mary’s Hospitals and Clinics
- Northpoint Recovery
- Ashwood Recovery
- St. Luke’s Health Partners
- Cambia Health Foundation
- Saltzer Medical Center
- Southwest District Health
- Marimn Health
- Canyon Recovery Community Center
- Saint Alphonsus Medical Group
- Empower Idaho
- Optum Idaho
- InterMountain Hospital
- Pinnacle Integrated Medicine
- DHW – Center for Drug Overdose & Suicide Prevention Division of Public Health
- St. Mary’s Hospital
- DHW Bureau of Rural Health & Primary Care
- Region 3 Behavioral Health Board
- Region 4 Behavioral Health Board
About the Idaho Integrated Behavioral Health Network (IIBHN)
The IIBHN is focused on systems transformation to increase access and improve the quality of behavioral health services in Idaho. IIBHN is the vehicle to drive change and the conference is the tool to develop professional learning collaboratives to enhance and support the growth of Integrated Behavioral Health (IBH) programs through peer to peer support, advancing clinical education, facilitating statewide training opportunities and developing a cadre of technical experts for sustainability.
The IIBHN is comprised of local networks of Integrated Behavioral Health Providers (IBHP) across the state of Idaho that facilitate sharing of best practices, promotion of integrated behavioral health, and are connected to a larger state guiding body that supports this vital healthcare role through technical assistance (TA) and advocacy.
The IIBHN shares a common vision to develop a behavioral health integration learning collaborative and to create a community of sharing and giving.
For more information, please fill out the form on the IIBHN Vendor and Sponsor Information page or contact any one of the following conference coordinators:
Healthcare Organization, Inc.
Southwest District Health
Public Health District 3