Andrew D. Carlo, MD
Andrew D. Carlo, MD MPH is a board-certified adult psychiatrist with extensive experience in physical and behavioral health integration in primary care, both clinically and in the areas of billing and management. Andrew also has extensive research experience in health services and health policy, with a particular focus on behavioral health integration and the Collaborative Care model. His work has been published extensively in numerous book chapters and peer-reviewed journals, including JAMA, JAMA Psychiatry, Psychiatric Services, Health Affairs and the Journal of General Internal Medicine. Andrew is primarily driven by his goals of achieving behavioral health equity and increasing access to high-quality, evidence-based mental health care for all people.
Andrew is also a part-time Assistant Professor at Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago, where he is involved in the institutional Collaborative Care program implementation. He graduated from Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington, DC and completed his residency training in adult psychiatry at Harvard Massachusetts General Hospital/McLean Hospital in Boston. Andrew then received his Master of Public Health Degree as part of his post-doctoral training in primary care psychiatry research at the University of Washington in Seattle, working closely with the AIMS Center and a primary innovator behind the Collaborative Care Model, Dr. Jürgen Unützer.
At the Institute, Andrew serves as our Senior Medical Director for Health System Integration and plays a leadership role in our multi-pronged approach to adoption of collaborative care and health system integration. He assists our partners with adopting best practices in financing and clinical workflow when implementing collaborative care.