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Title Integrated primary and behavioral care : role in medical homes and chronic disease management / William O'Donohue, Alexandros Maragakis, editors.

Publication Info. Cham : Springer International Publishing, [2015]


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Description 1 online resource
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed October 30, 2015).
Contents Part I: Introduction -- Introduction -- Part II: An Overview of Integrated Health Care and the Patient-Centered Medical Home -- Integrated Care and Specialty Behavioral Health Care in the Patient Centered Medical Home -- Blending Behaviorists Into the Patient-Centered Medical Home --Training the Behavioral Health Workforce for the Patient-Centered Medical Home -- The Patient-Centered Medical Home Model within an Integrated Primary Care System: Towards a European Model? -- The Importance of Stepped Care Protocols for the Redesign of Behavioral Health Care in Patient Centered Medical Homes -- Planning a cost-effectiveness study -- Part III: Specific Applications of Behavior Health in the Patient-Centered Medical Home -- Depression Management in the Medical Home -- Treating Obesity in a Primary Care -- Primary Health-Behavioral Health Integration (PHBHI) For The Population of Individuals with Serious Mental Illness -- Cardiovascular Disease in Patient Centered Medical Homes: The Trident Approach -- Integrating Behavioral Health in the Pediatric Medical Home: Expanding Clinical Roles to Improve Access and Outcomes.
Summary This timely analysis spotlights the concepts and possibilities of the patient-centered medical home for bringing behavioral health and other specialties into primary care. Overview chapters present the patient-centered medical home model, emphasizing how such systems are organized to solve widespread problems with accessibility, affordability, efficiency, and safety. Practitioner roles, boundaries, and opportunities plus applications are clarified, as well as staffing, financial, and technological challenges. And the section on applications describe care models for special populations, such as comprehensive services to the seriously mentally ill and behavioral services to patients with chronic health conditions. Included in the coverage: Integrated care and specialty behavioral health care in the patient-centered medical home. Training the behavioral health workforce for the patient-centered medical home. The importance of stepped care protocols for the redesign of behavioral health care in patient-centered medical homes. Depression management in the medical home. Treating obesity in a primary care setting. Integrating behavioral health in the pediatric medical home. For health and clinical psychologists, primary care and family physicians, and public health professionals, Integrated Primary and Behavioral Care represents the potential for an exciting new frontier in primary care reform.
Subject Integrated delivery of health care.
Primary care (Medicine)
Integrated delivery of health care. (OCoLC)fst00975635
Primary care (Medicine) (OCoLC)fst01076319
Added Author O'Donohue, William T., editor.
Maragakis, Alexans, editor.
Other Form: Printed edition: 9783319190358
Standard No. 10.1007/978-3-319-19036-5 doi
ISBN 9783319190365 (electronic bk.)
3319190369 (electronic bk.)
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