Motivational interviewing is one of the cornerstones of the Camden Coalition’s approach to care. Through this technique, our care team helps patients activate their own behavior change. This podcast episode, produced by the Lewin Group, explores how providers can use motivational interviewing to engage clients in a wide variety of settings—behavioral health care, primary care clinics, and communities. Drawing on the experiences of current and former Camden Coalition staff Bill Nice, LaTonya Oliver, and Gayle Christiansen, this episode provides practical tips for health professionals, case managers, care coordinators, and community-based organizations looking to engage dually eligible beneficiaries through the use of motivational interviewing.
This podcast is presented by the Lewin Group and is supported through the Medicare-Medicaid Coordination Office (MCCO) at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid services. MMCO is dedicated to ensuring beneficiaries enrolled in Medicare & Medicaid have access to seamless high-quality healthcare that includes the full range of covered services in both programs. To support providers and their efforts to deliver more integrated, coordinated care, MMCO is developing technical assistance and actionable tools based on successful innovations and care models.