Planning and delivering integrated primary and behavioral healthcare services for children and youth has unique considerations from providing care for adult populations. By implementing integrated care systems, your organization can position itself to have the greatest impact on the whole health of children, adolescents, their families, and your communities. CIHS reviews the latest resources and research related to integrated care for children and youth, and compiles the most helpful resources.
- The Eight Core Competencies: Make Health Whole
- Care Management: An Implementation Guide for Primary Care Practices
- MGMA: Counting The Cost Of Behavioral Health Integration
- Practical Approaches for Achieving Integrated Behavioral Health Care in Primary Care Settings
- Collaborative Care Implementation Guide
- Cheat Sheet on CMS Medicare Payments for Behavioral Health Integration Services in Federally Qualified Health Centers and Rural Health Clinics