About BHI Conference


BHI Conference aims to bring together people and institutions that directly affect mental healthcare in Arkansas and facilitate an open discussion on how to improve the quality of mental healthcare on all levels.

BHI Conference is brought to you by Arkansas Behavioral Health Integration Network (ABHIN).

Arkansas Behavioral Health Integration Network is a non-profit organization helping integrate quality mental health care across the healthcare continuum. Their work spans from one-on-one training to full organizational assessment and custom-tailored programs.

Kim Shuler, LCSW

CEO, Founder, ABHIN

Kim Shuler, LCSW contributes more than 20 years of experience as a clinician and administrator working in a variety of integrated behavioral health settings. She currently serves as Chief Executive Officer of ABHIN and as Project Director on three Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) projects.

Chad Rogers, M.D., FAAP

Board President, ABHIN

Chad Rodgers, M.D., FAAP, is a private practice pediatrician at Little Rock Pediatric Clinic for twenty years and serves as the Chief Medical Officer for AFMC.  He has interests in childhood and literacy development, behavioral health, and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).  

Patty Gibson, M.D.

Founding Chief Medical Officer-Co-Founder, ABHIN

Patty Gibson, M.D. is a Founding Chief Medical Officer-Co-Founder of Arkansas Behavioral Health Integration Network. She is a physician, board-certified in Psychiatry, Addiction Medicine, and Anesthesiology. She has been involved in Integrated Behavioral Health since 2009.