Clinical Trial

Using Technology to Optimize Collaborative Care Management of Depression in Urban and Rural Cancer Centers, SCOPE

Complete title:
Supporting Collaborative Care to Optimize Psychosocial Engagement in the Cancer Setting
Trial phase:
Phase N/A
Study ID:
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This study compares the effectiveness of technology-enhanced collaborative care management (t-CoCM) to usual collaborative care management (u-CoCM) in achieving fidelity to processes of care and reducing depression symptoms in patients currently receiving cancer treatment. CoCM is a population-based, integrated care approach, where care managers, who are clinicians (typically clinical social workers), deliver behavioral treatments, coordinate psychosocial care, monitor outcomes, and adjust treatment with the input of a psychiatric consultant. The use of t-CoCM may improve the treatment of depression and increase patient outcomes and quality of life.
Trial keywords:
Leukemia, Lymphoid, Depression, Neoplasms, Malignant
Enrollment status:
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