Providing Whole-Person Care: Integrating Behavioral Health Into Primary Care
Discusses how a patient-centered medical home in rural North Carolina is integrating primary care with mental health treatment to meet the core health needs of patients, while recognizing the need for making referrals to specialty care for more severe mental illness. Also discusses the benefits of telebehavioral health.
Jan Sweet Freeman
North Carolina Medical Journal, 1(76), 24-28
Behavioral health · Integrated service delivery · Medical homes · Primary care · North Carolina