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Workforce

Workforce:

Workforce development is essential to integrated care. Resources are organized in six categories that capture the essential components of this unique labor force. In addition, the Core Competencies for Integrated Behavioral Health and Primary Care are accessible to outline the particular integrated care competencies vital to that area of development.

Workforce

Vital Signs: Taking the Pulse of the Addiction Treatment Profession
The development of strategies to successfully prepare, recruit and retain a sufficient number of professionals able to effectively care for individuals with SUDs.

Workforce Issues Related to Physical and Behavioral Healthcare Integration Specifically Substance Use Disorders and Primary Care: A Framework
Builds on a number of recent papers and reports about the integration of substance abuse treatment into primary care and other health care settings.

Understanding the National Health Service Corps: A Guide for Community Behavioral Health Providers and Primary Care Partners
The NHSC builds healthy communities by supporting qualified medical, dental, and behavioral healthcare providers working in areas of the United States with limited access to healthcare services.

Primary and Behavioral Health Integration: Guiding Principles for Workforce Development, CIHS
Workforce issues related to the provision of integrated behavioral health and general healthcare are widely identified as barriers to integration.

Health Worker Shortages and Global Justice (Milbank)
Without adequate numbers of trained and employed health workers, people cannot access the care they need, particularly the global poor.

Vital Signs: Taking the Pulse of the Addiction Treatment Profession
The development of strategies to successfully prepare, recruit and retain a sufficient number of professionals able to effectively care for individuals with SUDs.

Workforce Issues Related to Physical and Behavioral Healthcare Integration Specifically Substance Use Disorders and Primary Care: A Framework
Builds on a number of recent papers and reports about the integration of substance abuse treatment into primary care and other health care settings.

Understanding the National Health Service Corps: A Guide for Community Behavioral Health Providers and Primary Care Partners
The NHSC builds healthy communities by supporting qualified medical, dental, and behavioral healthcare providers working in areas of the United States with limited access to healthcare services.

Primary and Behavioral Health Integration: Guiding Principles for Workforce Development, CIHS
Workforce issues related to the provision of integrated behavioral health and general healthcare are widely identified as barriers to integration.

Health Worker Shortages and Global Justice (Milbank)
Without adequate numbers of trained and employed health workers, people cannot access the care they need, particularly the global poor.

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Workforce:

Workforce development is essential to integrated care. Resources are organized in six categories that capture the essential components of this unique labor force. In addition, the Core Competencies for Integrated Behavioral Health and Primary Care are accessible to outline the particular integrated care competencies vital to that area of development.

Workforce

Vital Signs: Taking the Pulse of the Addiction Treatment Profession
The development of strategies to successfully prepare, recruit and retain a sufficient number of professionals able to effectively care for individuals with SUDs.

Workforce Issues Related to Physical and Behavioral Healthcare Integration Specifically Substance Use Disorders and Primary Care: A Framework
Builds on a number of recent papers and reports about the integration of substance abuse treatment into primary care and other health care settings.

Understanding the National Health Service Corps: A Guide for Community Behavioral Health Providers and Primary Care Partners
The NHSC builds healthy communities by supporting qualified medical, dental, and behavioral healthcare providers working in areas of the United States with limited access to healthcare services.

Primary and Behavioral Health Integration: Guiding Principles for Workforce Development, CIHS
Workforce issues related to the provision of integrated behavioral health and general healthcare are widely identified as barriers to integration.

Health Worker Shortages and Global Justice (Milbank)
Without adequate numbers of trained and employed health workers, people cannot access the care they need, particularly the global poor.

Vital Signs: Taking the Pulse of the Addiction Treatment Profession
The development of strategies to successfully prepare, recruit and retain a sufficient number of professionals able to effectively care for individuals with SUDs.

Workforce Issues Related to Physical and Behavioral Healthcare Integration Specifically Substance Use Disorders and Primary Care: A Framework
Builds on a number of recent papers and reports about the integration of substance abuse treatment into primary care and other health care settings.

Understanding the National Health Service Corps: A Guide for Community Behavioral Health Providers and Primary Care Partners
The NHSC builds healthy communities by supporting qualified medical, dental, and behavioral healthcare providers working in areas of the United States with limited access to healthcare services.

Primary and Behavioral Health Integration: Guiding Principles for Workforce Development, CIHS
Workforce issues related to the provision of integrated behavioral health and general healthcare are widely identified as barriers to integration.

Health Worker Shortages and Global Justice (Milbank)
Without adequate numbers of trained and employed health workers, people cannot access the care they need, particularly the global poor.

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