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

Primary Care Psychiatry, University of Washington, 2011-2012
Health Care Policy, Harvard Medical School, 2008-2010
Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry, Cambridge Health Alliance, 2007-2008
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

The Patient Mania Questionnaire (PMQ-9): a Brief Scale for Assessing and Monitoring Manic Symptoms.
(2021 Jun 18)
J Gen Intern Med
Cerimele JM, Russo J, Bauer AM, Hawrilenko M, Pyne JM, Dalack GW, Kroenke K, Unützer J, Fortney JC

Development of research methods curriculum for an integrated care fellowship.
(2021 Jul-Aug)
Gen Hosp Psychiatry 71(): 55-61
Bauer AM, Cerimele JM, Ratzliff A

Care manager perspectives on integrating an mHealth app system into clinical workflows: A mixed methods study.
(2021 Jan-Feb)
Gen Hosp Psychiatry 68(): 38-45
Bechtel JM, Lepoire E, Bauer AM, Bowen DJ, Fortney JC

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.
(2021 Mar)
Fam Syst Health 39(1): 89-100
Bauer AM, Jakupcak M, Hawrilenko M, Bechtel J, Arao R, Fortney JC

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