The Business Case for Bidirectional Integrated Care

by Rebecca Farley on August 2, 2010

The California Integration Policy Initiative (CiMH) has released an updated resource on the business case for integrated care, highlighting the importance of having primary care capacity in behavioral health settings and behavioral health capacity in primary care settings. The full report, prepared by Barbara Mauer and Dale Jarvis, discusses the interaction between integration and healthcare payment reform. The one-pager provides a synopsis of the importance of bidirectional integration.

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