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Seth Bernstein, PhD

Dr. Bernstein has been active in the managed care arena since 1988. He has worked as a healthcare manager for The Travelers and Prudential Insurance as well as a consultant for Ernst & Young. A clinical psychologist, Seth has served as Executive Director of the Accountable Behavioral Health Alliance (ABHA) since 2001 and is the founding Executive Director of IBHI. At the moment, part of his activity is consultations, which he conducts at joint conferences with a partner company, and also often acts as an advisor for research written by writers at the request buy phd dissertation of students, if they relate to his field of expertise.


The challenges that are inherent to the implementation of state initiatives are familiar territory to Dr. Bernstein. He led ABHA's implementation of both the Adult and the Child System of Care Initiatives. He was a member of several different state advisory committees that developed metrics that are used today by OHA monitor CCO performance. He worked closely with both Pacific Source Community Solutions and InterCommunity Health Network in their first years of operation, assisting them to begin the process of integrating behavioral health and physical health services. He is intimately familiar with the mission as well as the operational challenges which CCOs face. Most recently, Dr. Bernstein served on the Patient-Centered Primary Care Home Standards Advisory Committee.

Dr. Bernstein has written many articles, including Measuring Clinical Outcomes in Managed Mental Health, CPS: An Effective Approach for Managing Conflict in the Workplace, and Detecting and Responding Constructively to Transference in the Workplace. Dr. Bernstein has recently published a book titled Emotions, Meaning, and Management. In addition to management consulting, Seth also has an active psychotherapy private practice. 


Brian Sandoval, PsyD

Dr. Brian Sandoval is a clinical psychologist with 8 years of primary care experience in several capacities including clinical work, program development, and research. He is currently the program manager for Primary Care Behavioral Health at the Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic, an FQHC network with 16 clinics throughout Oregon and Washington. During his professional career Dr. Sandoval has been involved in several projects integrating mental and physical health and is regarded as a national expert in primary care integration. He is the previous chair of the Integrated Behavioral Health Alliance of Oregon and he serves on the Oregon Psychological Association's Healthcare Reform Task force.  Dr. Sandoval has participated in state Transformation Project Grants through Eastern Oregon Coordinated Care Organization (EOCCO) and Willamette Valley Community Health (WVCH) to develop behavioral health programs in Patient Centered Primary Care Homes. He maintains a consultation practice that has assisted both local and national organizations in their behavioral health integration efforts.  Dr. Sandoval is committed to working with the underserved and continues to provide direct patient care at Salud Medical Center in Woodburn and Rosewood Family Health Center in Portland. 






Michael Fulop, PhD

Dr. Michael Fulop is a clinical psychologist in Portland, Oregon. He has been involved in behavioral health services since 1993 as a clinician, Motivational Interviewing (MI) practitioner, and researcher. He trained as an MI Trainer in 2009, and since then has provided MI trainings to physicians, psychologists, social workers, school psychologists, counselors, nurses, nurse practitioners, NP, dietitians, and diabetes educators. Dr. Fulop has taught MI at the university level to Physical Therapists, and presents MI workshops to diverse groups with the goal of integrating behavioral health into various care settings. Dr. Fulop was recently picked as a primary MI faculty member for a novel fellowship program* focusing on training physicians and other primary care providers in integrating MI into their daily work. His research has focused recently on the "activation" construct developed by Judith Hibbard. He is a member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers.


*Inter-Professional Fellowship in Integrative Health & Medicine - Academy of Integrative Health & Medicine



Denna Vandersloot, M.Ed.

Denna Vandersloot has been involved in behavioral health services as a clinician, researcher, and trainer for the past 20 years. Ms. Vandersloot provides training and technical assistance in evidence-based practice adoption and implementation in a variety of behavioral health interventions and organizational change practices (e.g. motivational interviewing, Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT), clinical supervision, process improvement, and leadership development). She has worked with a number of state, county, primary care, and university systems to promote the adoption of Motivational Interviewing and SBIRT through her work at Oregon Health and Science University and the Addiction Technology Transfer Centers. She has worked with a number of federally funded SBIRT projects across the country (SBIRT Oregon Primary Care, SBIRT Washington Primary Care Integration, and the University of Missouri SBIRT) to provide curriculum development, training and consultation on implementation. She is a member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers.



Nate Perrizo

Chief Strategy Officer - Nate has been with Performance Health Technology (PHTech) from its inception over 12 years ago.  His approach to managing health plan operations blends a passion for efficiency, statistics and analysis with an understanding of the impact of people, processes and systems.  He emphasizes a focus on understanding long term goals and root causes. Nate will assemble a team of PhTech specialists to match the needs and goals of each CCO engagement.



Kevin Cuccaro D.O.

Kevin Cuccaro, D.O. is a specialist in pain. He received his medical degree from The Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed residency training (Anesthesiology) at the University of Chicago.  He performed his fellowship in Pain Medicine at the University of Michigan.

Early in his career as a Navy pain physician, Dr. Cuccaro became concerned about over-utilization of interventional procedures as the primary treatment of pain.  Civilian practice confirmed those fears as well as the strong need for integrated behavioral health resources to improve pain care. 

Dr. Cuccaro frequently speaks about pain and related topics.  He also designs and implements pain management training programs for healthcare providers in Patient-Centered Primary Care Homes.     



Todd Noble, LPC

Mr. Noble has worked in community mental health as an administrator, clinician and crisis manager for 14 years. He also worked as a managed care administrator for six years. Mr. Noble specializes and provides clinical trainings in the area of crisis management, suicidal behavior, and Acceptance Commitment Therapy. Mr. Noble is certified by the State of Oregon as a Mental Health Investigator and Examiner.

Mr. Noble received his M.A. from United States International University, San Diego in 1990 and his M.S. from Oregon State University in 1992.