Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT)
Screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment, commonly referred to as SBIRT, is an evidence-based, comprehensive, integrated approach to the delivery of early intervention and treatment services to people with substance misuse and those at risk of developing disorders. The goal of SBIRT is to reduce and prevent related health consequences, disease, accidents, and injuries. Risky substance use is a health issue that often goes undetected; providers can help by incorporating this evidence-based tool that is demonstrated to be valid and reliable in identifying individuals with problem use or at risk for a substance use disorder (SUD).
TRAINING AND RESOURCES
SBIRT educational materials
If you wish to print SBIRT educational materials, please review the links below to obtain a downloadable flier and brochure. For any further discussions regarding SBIRT, please contact your Provider Experience or Provider Relations representative.
SBIRT provider training
Resources to further every provider’s education
Home to all the training and onboarding resources that every provider—new or experienced—can use to further their education.
CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION
Improving the patient experience
A series of online courses for providers and office staff that conveys practical strategies for implementing patient care and applying best practices.
SERVING DIVERSE POPULATIONS
Tools to offer culturally competent care
To best serve our diverse populations it is important for our providers to have the knowledge, resources, and tools to provide the best care to all our members.
Page Last Updated: 07/20/2022