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One of the major culture shifts in integrated care is how supervision is defined and performed. Healthcare disciplines define supervision differently with commonalities and genuine distinctions. For example, in all disciplines there is supervision provided if required for licensure or practice requirements. However there is added focus on supervision in behavioral health for issues of self –care, clinical assistance, and professional development. As disciplines integrate and work as a single team, supervision models are shifting and having to blend cultures. As the integration of the clinical care continues to be refined, models of supervision will also advance and grow and attention to this aspect of workforce development will be essential to continued successful care. 

If you think you have great resource or a good idea, we want to hear about it. Please email us your ideas and suggestions at integration@thenationalcouncil.org.

The core competencies describe the ideal provider skill set for integrated care. Careful review of these nine competencies can assist supervision models and individual supervisors in focusing on defined provider attributes as they foster the development of this skilled workforce.


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One of the major culture shifts in integrated care is how supervision is defined and performed. Healthcare disciplines define supervision differently with commonalities and genuine distinctions. For example, in all disciplines there is supervision provided if required for licensure or practice requirements. However there is added focus on supervision in behavioral health for issues of self –care, clinical assistance, and professional development. As disciplines integrate and work as a single team, supervision models are shifting and having to blend cultures. As the integration of the clinical care continues to be refined, models of supervision will also advance and grow and attention to this aspect of workforce development will be essential to continued successful care. 

If you think you have great resource or a good idea, we want to hear about it. Please email us your ideas and suggestions at integration@thenationalcouncil.org.

The core competencies describe the ideal provider skill set for integrated care. Careful review of these nine competencies can assist supervision models and individual supervisors in focusing on defined provider attributes as they foster the development of this skilled workforce.


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