Theresa Hoeft, PhD

Personal Statement

I am a mixed-methods health services researcher and health economist with a PhD in population health and background in community engaged research. I enjoy working with stakeholders in clinic and community settings to develop scalable programs to improve mental health services in clinic and community settings. Such programs may involve a diverse workforce with varying levels of mental health training and experience, including lay health workers. My interest in technology focuses on finding efficiencies and the appropriate balance of technology and face-to-face encounters to support patient care and staff training/support in such programs.

Department Affiliations

Other Affiliations

Center for Health Innovation & Policy Science (CHIPS), University of Washington –

Recent Publications

Telepsychiatric Consultation as a Training and Workforce Development Strategy for Rural Primary Care.
(2020 Sep)
Ann Fam Med 18(5): 438-445
Al Achkar M, Bennett IM, Chwastiak L, Hoeft T, Normoyle T, Vredevoogd M, Patterson DG

Complexity in partnerships: A qualitative examination of collaborative depression care in primary care clinics and community-based organisations in California, United States.
(2020 Jul)
Health Soc Care Community 28(4): 1199-1208
Henderson S, Wagner JL, Gosdin MM, Hoeft TJ, Unützer J, Rath L, Hinton L

Acceptability of a lay-delivered intervention for depression in senior centers.
(2021 Mar)
Aging Ment Health 25(3): 445-452
Raue PJ, Dawson A, Hoeft T, Russo J, Ferguson D, Green L, Petersky C, Kaplan C

Opioid Use Disorder Treatment Decision Making And Care Navigation Upon Release From Prison: A Feasibility Study.
Subst Abuse Rehabil 10(): 57-67
Banta-Green CJ, Floyd AS, Vick K, Arthur J, Hoeft TJ, Tsui JI

Preference for in-person psychotherapy versus digital psychotherapy options for depression: survey of adults in the U.S.
NPJ Digit Med 2(): 6
Renn BN, Hoeft TJ, Lee HS, Bauer AM, Areán PA

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