1 Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) for Substance Use: A Public Health Approach Joan Dilonardo, Ph.D., R.N
2 What is SBIRT? Some definitions Screening: a preliminary systematic procedure to evaluate the likelihood that an individual has a substance use condition ( at risk of negative consequences or SA abuse/dependence). Brief Intervention: time limited effort to provide brief information or advice, increase motivation to avoid substance use, or assist the patient in learning behavior change skills Referral to Treatment: efforts to motivate and facilitate patients whose SA condition may be appropriate for specialty care.
3 Levels of Alcohol/Drug Conditions Dependence a cluster of behavioral, cognitive, and physiological symptoms that develop after repeated use ( Addicts, alcoholics) Harmful Use use causes some harm (physical/ mental/social) Hazardous Use use causes elevated risk (no harm [ yet]) 3
5 Why SBIRT? Prevalence of Alcohol and Illicit Drug Use About 9% of the US population (age 12 and older) (22.6 million) Americans - illicit drug users. (NSADUH) 2010) Slightly more than 50% drink alcohol. 23% (58.6 million)- at least one episode of binge drinking (5+ drinks on one occasion) About 7% - heavy drinking (5+drinks X 5 days last 30 days)
6 Why SBIRT? Substance Use Conditions Are Costly Total overall costs in the US including productivity, and health and crime related costs: $181 billion for illicit drugs $235 billion for alcohol Does not include family disintegration, employment loss, school failure, domestic violence or emotional impact on family.
7 Prevention Paradox Large group of patients with a (relatively) less severe problem may lead to more total harm (because there are a lot of them) in comparison to a small group of patients with severe problems. Some significant amount of harm reflected in economic estimates are from the at risk users
8 Why SBIRT? Prevalence of binge drinking in STD clinic population Adolescents and young adults (15-24) attending an STD clinic: Women Men Binge drinking: 39.6% 48% ( Cook et al, 2006) Abuse/depend 23.6% 33% Hutton et al. study in STD clinic also found high rates of binge drinking among women (30)% and men (42%); for women relationship between binge drinking, risky sexual behavior, and gonorrhea.
9 Why SBIRT? SA often treated as different than other medical conditions? Tend to think about substance abuse problems as severe addicts/alcoholics. Substance use conditions occur across a continuum of severity, just like most other medical conditions. But we often wait until problem is severe for identification and treatment. 9
10 Why SBIRT? Treatment Receipt and Perceived Need: Alcohol or Illicit Drugs, % 5% Treated Not treated/perceived need 84% Not treated/no perceived need Persons aged 12 and over needing treatment. (NSDUH, 2010)
11 Why S-BIRT? Rreach patients with a range of substance abuse conditions and provide an appropriate level of care. Unrecognized substance abuse may compromise a patient s self care ability and lead to an increase in non-compliance and poor outcomes across myriad disorders. Early recognition and brief intervention is clinically and cost effective. 11
12 Integrated Spectrum of Users and Services Prevention Intervention Treatment Non-Users and At-Risk Abuse Dependence Low Risk Users Disorder Disorder Users Assessment, Treatment, Support Brief Intervention and Boosters Education, Information (Brief Advice) and Boosters
13 Why SBIRT? Substance Use and Family Planning 25% if sexually active 9-12 th grade students reported using alcohol or drugs during their last sexual encounter: Males:31%; Females 19% Adults aged 18 to 30 there is a relationship between heavy drinking and having sex: 35% of men were drinking heavily (5-8 drinks) when having sex, and 39% of women. Substance use and unintended pregnancies often occur within the same populations. 55% of teenagers say that having sex while drinking or using drugs is often a reason for unplanned teen pregnancies. Use of illicit drugs can suppress menstruation. 13
14 Why SBIRT? Substance Use and Contraception Crack, cocaine, or injecting drug use is associated with inconsistent condom use, among women both HIV positive (27%)and negative women (35%). Female substance users may not use contraception as much as non substance abusing women.
15 Why SBIRT? Results from studies Recipients of intervention reduced their alcohol consumption an average of 13% to 34% when compared with controls. (Whitlock, 2004, USPTF) Not as many studies for effect on illicit drug use; and findings not universal, but shows promise. Positive findings for reductions after brief intervention for cocaine and heroin use (Bernstein et al, 2005) and methamphetamine (Baker et al, 2005), and cannabis (McCambridge &Strang, 1999)
16 SBI Effectiveness ACOG Committee Opinion: Dec 2008 Obstetrician-gynecologists have an ethical obligation to learn and use a protocol of universal screening questions, brief intervention, and referral to treatment in order to provide patients with medical care that is state-of-the-art, comprehensive and effective. Cost effective prevention activity endorsed by the US Preventative Services Task Force as high priority and cost effective- in the top 5 of recommended prevention activities. (as effective as flu shots for the elderly and cholesterol reduction). Also required for Level I Trauma Center Accreditation.
17 SBIRT has been implemented in Medical Care and Other Settings Primary care and Trauma centers, Emergency services, urgent care Trauma inpatient, medical surgical, other inpatient Obstetrical outpatient services, STD clinics Dental services, breast exam clinics, adolescent clinics, social service agencies, school based health 17
18 Summary Substance use problems occur along a continuum of severity. An efficient treatment system matches persons to the most appropriate and lowest level of care needed at the lowest cost. Improving identification in healthcare settings is key to creating greater efficiencies. 18
19 SBIRT Steps
21 Unhealthy Use of Alcohol/Illicit Drugs (Screen Positive) NIAAA Guidelines Pregnant women 0 drinks Illicit Drug Use: Any
22 Screening for Drugs/Alcohol in Medical Settings Asking/answering questions is normal and expected. Adding questions on alcohol drug use normalizes the conversation. Self-report screening is quick, accurate, and inexpensive. May be combined with screening for tobacco, other health risk factors. 22
23 Screening for Drugs/Alcohol in Medical Settings Many written screening tools exist; see list at end. Some one question screens. Can be done via paper/computer while waiting or orally prior to or during visit. A variety of clinic staff can participate in screening. Good screens distinguish risk levels but all SBIRT is not equal. Tolerated well by patients.
24 Screening Tool: Audit C: Questions Scoring system Your score How often do you have a drink containing alcohol? Never Monthly or less 2-4 times per month 2-3 times per week 4+ times per week How many units of alcohol do you drink on a typical day when you are drinking? How often have you had 6 or more units if female, or 8 or more if male, on a single occasion in the last year? Never Less than monthly Monthly Weekly Daily or almost daily Score of 5+ = positive screen SCORE
25 Another Example: The CAGE
26 One Question Screens Alcohol Use How many times in the past year have you had X drinks or more in a day? X= 5 drinks for men, 4 for women. Positive screen for unhealthy alcohol use = 1 or more ( provide BI) (Barclay, Laura, 2009, Single Screening Question may accurately identify unhealthy aloohol use, J Gen Intern Med. Drug Use How many times in the past year have you used an illegal drug or used a prescription medication for non-medical reasons? Positive screen = 1 or more ( Smith PC, Schmidt SM, Allenworth-Davies D, Saitz R. 2010, A Single Question Screening Test for Drug Use in Primary care, Arch Internal Medicine 170:
27 Bring up the subject and provide screening feedback
28 Motivational Interviewing Ask patient for permission to discuss problems. Avoid arguments, and being judgmental. Help patients understand discrepancy between behavior and their goals, using personalized feedback Use empathy, reflective listening and support self-motivation. Endorsed as one approach to behavior change by ACOG Committee Opinion: Jan 2009
29 Step 1: Introduce the subject Get the patient s agreement to talk about the alcohol or drug use Can we take just a few minutes to talk about your alcohol/drug use?...or I d like to take a few minutes to talk about your [alcohol or drug] use Is that OK? Explain how understanding their alcohol/drug use is important to their getting good care. Your use of alcohol can compromise your ability to use contraception so it s important to talk about
30 Step 2: Provide Feedback From what I understand about your drinking Compare with guidelines Illicit Drugs 0
31 Provide Feedback to All Screens Healthy levels of alcohol/drug use: You are doing well with using alcohol within the healthy guidelines. Since you don t drink alcohol or use drugs, you don t have to worry about how those things will affect your choices about sexual behavior. Unhealthy levels of alcohol /drug use: Here are the guidelines for healthy use; where does yours fall?
32 Adopt and reflect the patient s view Talk about the pros and cons and context of their use/abuse What is it that alcohol does for you? What negatives might happen sometimes? Does your partner object to your use? Are you more likely to over use in particular situations? Restate and reflect what the patient says.
33 Step 2: Provide Feedback for the At-Risk User Any connection to the purpose of the visit? What connection (if any) do you see between your drinking and this visit? If the patient sees a connection: Reflect what they have just said. If the patient does not see a connection: Help make a connection with facts; use this as a teaching opportunity It s not uncommon for people to have more trouble with using protection when they are drinking or using drugs. Alcohol may lead to your making different decisions about sexual activity than you otherwise might..
34 Brief Intervention
35 Step 3: Enhance Motivation: Ask the patient to self assess: On a scale of 1-10 (1 being not ready and 10 being very ready) how ready are you to change any aspect your drinking patterns?
36 Step 3: Enhance Motivation If patient indicates he/she is ready for change: > 2 : Why did you choose that number and not a lower one? What are some reasons that you are so motivated to change. If patient indicates she is not ready for change: < 1: Have you ever done anything that you wish you hadn t while drinking?: What would make this a problem for you?. Discuss pros and cons
37 Step 3: Enhance Motivation Develop Discrepancy Explore Pros and Cons Help the patient identify the discrepancy between present behavior and important goals. Use the discrepancy as a change motivator. Let the patient name the problem and offer solutions.
38 Patient Readiness Ready patient: encourage to name own solution, choose course of action, and how to do it. Not ready for change patient: offer information, support and further contact, present feedback unless patient refuses, what would it take to consider changing? Unsure patient: don t go faster than the patient or interpret unsureness as not ready for change. Help patient identity pros and cons.
39 Step 4: Negotiate and Advise Reinforce what the patient has stated are her goals. So you would like to reduce your drinking to prevent. Negotiate the goal/elicit a response What is the next step? How can you cut down? Give advice If you can stay within the limits you just mentioned you will be more likely to stay within your sexual comfort zone.. Summarize This is what I heard you say..
40 Reinforcement Some provide patient with written contract with self to cut down use. Some schedule follow-up booster with patient; others focus patient on when they will next be seen and how they will talk then about how patient did with goal. Others provide follow-up by telephone.
41 Referral to Treatment
42 Referral to Treatment: Treatment is effective for many people; types of treatment. Suggest primary care follow up or referral may be helpful Social worker, Psychiatric services Discharge sheet of possible centers and / or programs and information Where appropriate, well developed programs may do warm hand-off, or implement other actions to improve likelihood of treatment receipt.
43 Reimbursement for SBIRT
44 SBIRT Reimbursement Medicaid codes for SBIRT* H0049 for Alcohol/Drug Screening H0050 Alcohol and/or Drug service, brief intervention, 15 minutes. Must be adopted by individual states within state plans :??? YOUR STATE??? Some States have adopted these; levels of use still unclear. * Some states use other codes: SBI in 10 States; SBIRT in
45 SBIRT Reimbursement Medicare SBIRT Codes: G0396: Alcohol and/or substance abuse structured screening and brief intervention services; 15 to 30 minutes G0397: Alcohol and or substance abuse structured screening and brief intervention services, greater than 30 minutes
46 SBIRT Reimbursement Like other medical billing, a lot of small issues emerge, especially with new codes. Same day billing for physical health and behavioral health services may be a problem in some states and settings. Issue of who performs the service??? Need to meet the requirements of the payer. See reimbursement guide reference at end.
47 Conclusion Alcohol and drug problems are common, identifiable and treatable conditions in a variety of medical settings. Knowledge and skills for screening and intervention can be learned. Reimbursement may be available. Integration of behavioral health with physical health takes on new meaning with health reform: accountable care organizations and health homes.
48 Additional Information Screening for Drug Use in General Medical Settings: Quick Reference Guide. guide.pdf Screening for Alcohol Use: ningtrainingmaterials/cme_ce.htm Screening tools: documents/appendices_b-c-d-e.pdf
49 Additional Information SAMSA-HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions: Implementing SBIRT in Community health and Community Behavioral Health Centers: or_integrated_health_solutions Screening adolescents: ontrainingmaterials/youthguide
50 Additional information SBIRT Billing and Reimbursement manual: dia/sbirt_manual.pdf SBIRT Training: Addiction Technology Transfer Centers: Alcohol focused: Ensuring Solutions (GW) ensuring_solutions_to_alcohol_problems.cfm
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