AHA case studies feature hospitals that integrate physical and behavioral health services
New AHA case studies on the importance of integrating physical and behavioral health feature three hospitals leading the way forward. Massachusetts’s Baystate Franklin Medical Center established a mobile, home-based treatment service addressing opioid use disorder in the surrounding rural community. The University of Rochester Medical Center’s Division of Collaborative Care and Wellness improved patient outcomes and experience, reduced the total cost of care and improved workforce satisfaction. The Behavioral Integration Team at Yale New Haven Hospital brings behavioral health treatment to support medical teams before crises can arise. Access the case studies and similar AHA resources here.