In this case study, learn how New Jersey-based Hackensack Meridian Health successfully integrated behavioral health services across the health system by developing cohesive service lines, investing in telehealth and including behavioral health staff in emergency department teams. Benefits of the process included increases in patient satisfaction and health outcomes improvements. Read more, and find more behavioral health integration resources here.

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