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Practice Integration Profile (PIP)

Practice Integration Profile (PIP) is both a research tool and a practice improvement tool, freely available for anyone to use without cost. PIP 2.0 is measuring the integration of primary care and behavioral health services. It is comprised of 28 questions that address integration in each of the following 5 domains:

The development of the PIP began in 2014. It was designed to be a self-assessment survey operationalizing the ideas in Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality’s Lexicon of Collaborative Care (2013). Any member of a primary care team can complete the PIP survey to assess the degree of integration of behavioral health and primary care services in their practice. The PIP is free for anyone to use and our team happy to consult with stakeholders and researchers who are interested in collaborating. To contact our team with questions please email us at PIP@umassmed.edu.