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Integrated Care Models

Integrated Care Models:

Evidence, examples, and models supporting primary and behavioral healthcare integration

Integrated Care Models

Standard Framework for Levels of Integrated Healthcare
CIHS’ Standard Framework for Levels of Integrated Healthcare helps primary and behavioral healthcare provider organizations improve outcomes by helping them understand where they are on the integration continuum.

What is Integrated Care?
People with mental and substance abuse disorders may die decades earlier than the average person

PBHCI Program
Through this program, SAMHSA provides support to communities to coordinate and integrate primary care services into publicly funded, community-based behavioral health settings.

Four Quadrant Model
This model describes levels of integration in terms of primary care complexity and risk and MH/SU complexity and risk.

Population Management in Community Mental Health Center-Based Health Homes
Explains the principles and steps integrated care providers can take to implement population health management.

Standard Framework for Levels of Integrated Healthcare
CIHS’ Standard Framework for Levels of Integrated Healthcare helps primary and behavioral healthcare provider organizations improve outcomes by helping them understand where they are on the integration continuum.

What is Integrated Care?
People with mental and substance abuse disorders may die decades earlier than the average person

PBHCI Program
Through this program, SAMHSA provides support to communities to coordinate and integrate primary care services into publicly funded, community-based behavioral health settings.

Four Quadrant Model
This model describes levels of integration in terms of primary care complexity and risk and MH/SU complexity and risk.

Population Management in Community Mental Health Center-Based Health Homes
Explains the principles and steps integrated care providers can take to implement population health management.

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Integrated Care Models:

Evidence, examples, and models supporting primary and behavioral healthcare integration

Integrated Care Models

Standard Framework for Levels of Integrated Healthcare
CIHS’ Standard Framework for Levels of Integrated Healthcare helps primary and behavioral healthcare provider organizations improve outcomes by helping them understand where they are on the integration continuum.

What is Integrated Care?
People with mental and substance abuse disorders may die decades earlier than the average person

PBHCI Program
Through this program, SAMHSA provides support to communities to coordinate and integrate primary care services into publicly funded, community-based behavioral health settings.

Four Quadrant Model
This model describes levels of integration in terms of primary care complexity and risk and MH/SU complexity and risk.

Population Management in Community Mental Health Center-Based Health Homes
Explains the principles and steps integrated care providers can take to implement population health management.

Standard Framework for Levels of Integrated Healthcare
CIHS’ Standard Framework for Levels of Integrated Healthcare helps primary and behavioral healthcare provider organizations improve outcomes by helping them understand where they are on the integration continuum.

What is Integrated Care?
People with mental and substance abuse disorders may die decades earlier than the average person

PBHCI Program
Through this program, SAMHSA provides support to communities to coordinate and integrate primary care services into publicly funded, community-based behavioral health settings.

Four Quadrant Model
This model describes levels of integration in terms of primary care complexity and risk and MH/SU complexity and risk.

Population Management in Community Mental Health Center-Based Health Homes
Explains the principles and steps integrated care providers can take to implement population health management.

View More

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