Triple Aim Strategies to Improve Behavioral Health Care Infographic

Triple Aim Strategies to Improve Behavioral Health Care Infographic – February 2016Using the Triple Aim framework, hospitals and health systems can effectively address behavioral health issues in the community. This includes:

 

  • Improving the patient experience of care by integrating behavioral and physical health care services
  • Improving the health of populations by building networks or partnerships with community stakeholders to coordinate behavioral health care
  • Reducing the per capita cost of health care by implementing alternative payment models to sustain needed services

This infographic provides an overview of the action steps needed to develop a well-coordinated, accessible, affordable and accountable system for delivering behavioral health care. Read the full guide ' Triple Aim Strategies to Improve Behavioral Health Care.'

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