Denise Chang, MD

Personal Statement

As a consulting psychiatrist working in the Behavioral Health Integration Program, I work in an Integrated Care model where I work closely with primary care providers, social workers and other clinical staff members to help provide evidence-based mental health care in an outpatient primary care setting. This collobaration between providers allows for improved access to mental health care that is patient-centered and focuses on whole person care. Through my work in Integrated Care, I have also developed an interest in Population Health, with a particular desire to improve our population approach to mental health conditions. It has been a privilege to work with an interdiplinary team of providers who are dedicated to delivering quality mental health care for all of our patients.​​

Education

MD, University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, 2003-2007
Psychiatry Residency Training, University of Washington, 2007-2011
Psychosomatic Medicine Fellowship, University of Washington, 2011-2012

Department Affiliations

Recent Publications

Provision of Collaborative Care Model and General Behavioral Health Integration Services in Medicare.
(2021 Apr 15)
Psychiatr Serv
Marcotte LM, Reddy A, Zhou L, Razliff A, Unützer J, Chang D, Liao JM

Two randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trials and one open-label, long-term trial of brexpiprazole for the acute treatment of bipolar mania.
(2021 Mar 10)
J Psychopharmacol
Vieta E, Sachs G, Chang D, Hellsten J, Brewer C, Peters-Strickland T, Hefting N

Transforming Population-Based Depression Care: a Quality Improvement Initiative Using Remote, Centralized Care Management.
(2021 Feb)
J Gen Intern Med 36(2): 333-340
Chang D, Carlo AD, Khor S, Drake L, Lee ES, Avery M, Unützer J, Flum DR

Anesthetic management of pediatric patients with Niemann-Pick disease type C for intrathecal 2-hydroxypropyl-β-cyclodextrin injection.
(2020 Jul)
Paediatr Anaesth 30(7): 766-772
Ulloa ML, Froyshteter AB, Kret LN, Chang DP, Sarah GE, McCarthy RJ, Barnes SD, Berry-Kravis EM

Sustaining the Collaborative Care Model (CoCM): Billing Newly Available CoCM CPT Codes in an Academic Primary Care System.
(2020 Sep 1)
Psychiatr Serv 71(9): 972-974
Carlo AD, Drake L, Ratzliff ADH, Chang D, Unützer J

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