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Behavioral Health Integration and Workforce Development

Description
Examines the need for states to assess behavioral health integration (BHI) workforce needs, identify legal and policy barriers to practice, and effectively train and retain BHI practitioners, especially in underserved areas. Includes case studies of programs in Washington, Nebraska, and Michigan, and lists of resources.
Author(s)
Rachel Block
Date
05/2018
Type
Document
Organization
Milbank Memorial Fund
Tagged as
Access · Behavioral health workforce · Health workforce education and training · Health workforce supply and demand · Integrated service delivery · Policy · Recruitment and retention of health professionals · Michigan · Nebraska · Washington