Indiana Behavioral Health Access Program for Youth (IN-BeHAPY) Resources

  • Collect qualitative and quantitative formative data from patients and providers to inform development and refinement of program offerings and structure.
  • Develop IN-BeHAPY operating procedures with input from users and an expert consultant.
  • Launch IN-BeHAPY in two initial IU Health pediatric primary care sites (rural and urban) and conduct one month surveillance and refinement procedures ahead of the open pilot feasibility trial.
  • Collect quantitative data at baseline, three, nine, and 12-months post-baseline on utilization, implementation factors and fidelity assessment requirements to characterize IN-BeHAPY.
  • Collect, code and analyze qualitative process data from audio-recorded consultation interactions between primary care providers and IN-BeHAPY staff to identify key consultation themes and user experiences.
  • Collect summative quantitative (survey) and qualitative (focus group/interview) data from IN-BeHAPY users to understand their reactions to the program and identify barriers and facilitators of use.