Which Healthcare Professionals Belong to the Integrated Behavioral Health and Primary Care Team?

Healthcare Performance Benchmarks
October 21, 2015 Vol. V Issue 42

Which Healthcare Professionals
Belong to the Integrated
Behavioral Health and Primary Care Team?

Which Healthcare Professionals Belong to the Integrated Behavioral Health and Primary Care Team? This Week's Challenge: Primary care physicians, followed by licensed social workers and nurse practitioners, are the most common members on an integrated primary care and behavioral health team, according to HIN's survey on the topic. The 2015 Healthcare Benchmarks: Integrating Behavioral Health and Primary Care report also identified seven additional members likely to serve on the team.

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2015 Healthcare Benchmarks: Integrating Behavioral Health and Primary Care 2015 Healthcare Benchmarks: Integrating Behavioral Health and Primary Care captures healthcare's efforts to achieve healthcare parity and honor the joint principles of the patient-centered medical home, including a whole person orientation and provision of coordinated and/or integrated care.

This 40-page report, based on responses by 113 healthcare organizations to HIN's inaugural industry survey on this emerging trend, compiles a wealth of metrics on current and planned integration, levels of integration achieved, program components, screening tools, challenges, impacts and successes.

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This chart is sponsored by: A Patient Engagement Framework: Intermountain Healthcare's Approach in a Value-Based System, an October 28, 2015 webinar.

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© 2015 Healthcare Performance Benchmarks by Healthcare Intelligence Network.
Editor: Patricia Surdovel, psurdovel@hin.com;
Publisher: Melanie Matthews, mmatthews@hin.com

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