Integrating Behavioral Health Across the Continuum of Care

Integrating Behavioral Health Across the Continuum of Care – February 2014This AHA/HRET guide explains the value of integrating physical and behavioral health services and the importance of measuring integration efforts. It offers several frameworks and models to use for behavioral health integration and provides a list of strategic questions for hospital and care system leaders to begin integrating behavioral health or to enhance current efforts.

For a PowerPoint presentation of this guide, click here.

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