Amy Bauer, MD, MS

Personal Statement

As a practicing psychiatrist and health services researcher, I seek to improve mental health services in medical settings, especially among underserved populations. I work with colleagues in a wide array of disciplines (medical, public health, engineering and others) to develop new ways to increase the reach of evidence-based mental health services using technology-enabled service models to leverage limited specialty mental health expertise. I have a strong interest in using consumer technologies to empower patients, improve communication with providers, and provide targeted treatment.

Education

Psychosomatic Medicine, Cambridge Health Alliance, 2007-2008
Health Care Policy, Harvard Medical School, 2008-2010
Psychiatry, MGH/McLean Hospitals , 2003-2007
MD, UCSF, 1998-2003
MS, Health and Medical Sciences, UC Berkeley, 1998-2001
MS, Psychology and Health, University of Stirling, Scotland, 1994-1996
BA, Psychology, Sociology, UC Berkeley, 1990-1994

Department Affiliations

Recent Publications

Psychiatrist and Psychologist Experiences with Telehealth and Remote Collaborative Care in Primary Care: A Qualitative Study.
(2020 Oct 6)
J Rural Health
Howland M, Tennant M, Bowen DJ, Bauer AM, Fortney JC, Pyne JM, Shore J, Cerimele JM

Outcomes of a health informatics technology-supported behavioral activation training for care managers in a collaborative care program.
(2020 Aug 27)
Fam Syst Health
Bauer AM, Jakupcak M, Hawrilenko M, Bechtel J, Arao R, Fortney JC

Parallel Journeys of Patients with Cancer and Depression: Challenges and Opportunities for Technology-Enabled Collaborative Care.
(2020 May)
Proc ACM Hum Comput Interact 4(CSCW1):
Suh J, Williams S, Fann JR, Fogarty J, Bauer AM, Hsieh G

Bipolar disorder and PTSD screening and telepsychiatry diagnoses in primary care.
(2020 Jul - Aug)
Gen Hosp Psychiatry 65(): 28-32
Cerimele JM, LePoire E, Fortney JC, Hawrilenko M, Unützer J, Bauer AM

The Effectiveness of Collaborative Care on Depression Outcomes for Racial/Ethnic Minority Populations in Primary Care: A Systematic Review.
(2020 Apr 3)
Psychosomatics
Hu J, Wu T, Damodaran S, Tabb KM, Bauer A, Huang H

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