This episode explores how providers, including care managers and community health workers, can use motivational interviewing to engage clients in a wide variety of settings—behavioral health care, primary care clinics, and communities. This episode features The Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers, a non-profit organization based in Camden, New Jersey, which brings together healthcare providers, community partners, and advocates who are committed to elevating the health of clients with complex health and social service needs. The coalition practices whole person care by considering clients’ physical, behavioral, and socioeconomic needs, and provides coaching, teaching, and training to communities across the county on its underlying care philosophies and methods.
- Gayle Christiansen, Former Senior Program Manager, Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers
- Bill Nice, Program Manager, Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers
- Latonya Oliver, Former Clinical Manager, Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers
This podcast is intended for health professionals, front line staff at health plans and health systems (such as case managers and care coordinators), and community-based organizations who are looking to engage dually eligible beneficiaries through the use of motivational interviewing.