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Behavioral Health Homes for People with Mental Health & Substance Use Conditions: The Core Clinical Features

Abstract: Proposes a set of core clinical features of a behavioral health home (i.e., a behavioral health agency that serves as a health home for people with mental health and substance use disorders).


Behavioral Health Homes for People with Mental Health & Substance Use Conditions: The Core Clinical Features

Behavioral Health Homes for People with Mental Health & Substance Use Conditions: The Core Clinical Features proposes a set of core clinical features of a behavioral health home (i.e., a behavioral health agency that serves as a health home for people with mental health and substance use disorders). It provides context to the development of the health home option and its relationship to the person-centered medical home; outlines established principles of effective care and the chronic care model for serving people with chronic illnesses; applies the chronic care model as the framework for the behavioral health home’s clinical features; and describes multiple organizational models for structuring the behavioral health home.

Tags: Clinical Practice

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Behavioral Health Homes for People with Mental Health & Substance Use Conditions: The Core Clinical Features

Abstract: Proposes a set of core clinical features of a behavioral health home (i.e., a behavioral health agency that serves as a health home for people with mental health and substance use disorders).


Behavioral Health Homes for People with Mental Health & Substance Use Conditions: The Core Clinical Features

Behavioral Health Homes for People with Mental Health & Substance Use Conditions: The Core Clinical Features proposes a set of core clinical features of a behavioral health home (i.e., a behavioral health agency that serves as a health home for people with mental health and substance use disorders). It provides context to the development of the health home option and its relationship to the person-centered medical home; outlines established principles of effective care and the chronic care model for serving people with chronic illnesses; applies the chronic care model as the framework for the behavioral health home’s clinical features; and describes multiple organizational models for structuring the behavioral health home.

Tags: Clinical Practice

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