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What's New | August 18, 2010

Integrated Primary Care Integrated Primary Care
"Integrated primary care" refers to the integration of behavioral health services--mental health, substance abuse, and health behavior change strategies--with primary care services. The level of integration can vary depending on whether both services are coordinated, co-located, or integrated into one treatment plan.

The featured Innovations describe three programs that developed integrated primary care services to address the needs of vulnerable patient populations.

The featured QualityTools describe learning modules and toolkits on how to develop integrated primary care services.
Featured Innovations:
Featured QualityTools:

 Integrating Primary and Mental Health Care Services Learning Modules
Developed by University of Illinois, Chicago College of Nursing

 Partners In Health: Mental Health, Primary Care And Substance Use Inter-Agency Collaboration Tool Kit, 2nd Edition
Developed by Integrated Behavioral Health Project (IBHP)

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