WakeMed Health & Hospitals in 2017 faced a behavioral health crisis in the system’s seven emergency departments, with patients waiting days to get access to acute inpatient services. Learn how the system created a high-performance, multidisciplinary network of inpatient, outpatient and community-benefit organizations to form a circle of support around each care transition.

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