Integrated Behavioral Health

The SCCN partners with Seattle Children’s Hospital to establish financially sustainable Integrated Behavioral Health models in pediatric primary care practices with the ability to concomitantly earn Maintenance of Certification (MOC) credits for board certification.


Seattle Children’s Care Network (SCCN) and Seattle Children’s Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine launched an innovative Pediatric Integrated Behavioral Health Initiative in collaboration with the University of Washington Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences (both the AIMS Center and the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry) and the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health.

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Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Recognition

As a National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) Partner in Quality, the SCCN offers a support program to help practice partners implement PCMH workflows and earn recognition.

Care Management and Care Coordination

The SCCN offers care management and care coordination programs to better integrate the patient, primary care providers, specialty providers and health plans. The SCCN provides program implementation, training, data and reporting to coordinate the best possible outcomes for patients. The SCCN manages a Special Needs Initiative (SNI) program to improve care coordination for children with complex medical and administrative needs by connecting primary care, specialty care, the health plan, and patients and families thereby reducing the burden of coordination by families and caregivers.

Quality Reporting

The SCCN provides a variety of quality reporting tools to practice partners through integration of network electronic medical records (EMRs), health plan data and use of Collective Medical platform feeds. Integration increases transparency and flags patients by providing near real-time reports to help practices and individual providers track pediatric HEDIS measures, identifying gaps using national benchmarks, mitigate risks and improve care.