A comprehensive report with recommendations that provide a catalyst for moving the integration of primary care and behavioral health forward.
The competencies are written to apply broadly across a continuum of care from prevention to illness, across the lifespan, across generations, across a biopsychosocial continuum, to be person-centered and culturally sensitive, and to support highly integrated practices with onsite behavioral health providers as members of the primary care team.
These annotated bibliographies present a collection of high yield literature on payment reform for primary care, measuring the primary care function, and teams in primary care settings. They are intended to be used as a resource for foundational evidence on these topics.
This annotated bibliography presents current literature on cost-of-care conversations to provide guidance for further research on improving the frequency and quality of cost-of-care conversations between clinicians and vulnerable patients.