BHI Snapshot | Selecting an Integration Model

When a primary care provider sees a patient for a visit, three out of four appointments typically include a mental or behavioral health concern, such as depression, anxiety or substance use. However, many patients are unable to access the treatment they need due to barriers to care including provider shortages, fragmented care, high out-of-pocket costs and gaps in insurance coverage. Despite primary care physicians already managing overloaded schedules, they recognize the importance of improving how they address their patients’ behavioral and mental health concerns to deliver patient-centered, whole-person care.

One solution is integrating behavioral health into primary care.

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