The purpose of this paper is to present the Comprehensive Healthcare Integration (CHI) Framework, a new framework for guiding implementation of integration of physical health (PH) and behavioral health (BH) (mental health and substance use conditions), that can help providers, payers and population managers to measure progress in organizing delivery of integrated services – referred to in this report as “integratedness” – demonstrate the value produced by progress in integrated service delivery and provide initial and sustainable financing for integration.
Comprehensive Healthcare Integration Framework
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Advancing Integration of General Health in Behavioral Health Settings
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