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This video show a real world example of successful integration of primary care and behavioral health by Cherokee Health Systems in East Tennessee.
This report identifies and evaluates the evidence for behavioral health integration models for serious mental illness—what works, what shows promise, and key implementation areas that are important for successful endeavors.
Dorchester House in Boston shares their model, milestones, and lessons learned from their process integrating behavioral health services into primary care.
Central City Concern shares lessons learned in behavioral healthcare integration at their Old town Clinic in Portland, Oregon.
In order to fully integrated behavioral health into your practice, you need to know and understand your population/community and their challenges and needs. This worksheet will help you ask the right questions as you implement changes to your practice.
Building out the Behavioral Health Integration Model Through Training.
In this study, the authors review existing cost-effectiveness studies of primary care depression treatments, classify them into categories, translate the results into net benefit terms, and assess whether more costly programs generate greater net benefit.
Billing and Information Technology: A Toolkit for Behavioral Health Agencies The Healthier Washington initiative has set a statewide goal of financially integrating physical and behavioral health care, including substance use disorder treatment, by January 2020. This change will impact:
A list of available birth control options for men. This document lists efficacy, pros and cons. 
Creating community resource linkages is a key component of a care coordination system. This free webinar, brought to you by the Healthier Washington Practice Transformation Support Hub, will describe strategies to identify and match patient needs with available community resources beyond the medical neighborhood. Webinar objectives