Integrated care refers to the coordination of care for individuals with co-occurring disorders. Instead of treating behavioral health and general medical issues separately, care practitioners treat the whole person using a holistic approach that integrates treatment for mental health issues, substance use or primary care services. By using a collaborative approach, care is delivered more efficiently and effectively helping to control costs and improve health outcomes.

Why Integrated Care Matters:

The practice of bringing behavioral healthcare and medical providers together to treat co-occurring disorders is a relatively new trend, requiring stakeholders to rethink how they plan and deliver care.

How You Need to Adapt:

Delivering integrated care in a meaningful and measure way, behavioral healthcare providers are looking for streamlined technology solutions to help facilitate that work with the aim of helping staff focus on supporting better outcomes.

CCBHC Success Story: Oaks Integrated Care

Oaks Integrated Care drives better outcomes for people with complex needs, through coordinated care and expanded access, with support from Qualifacts and the CareLogic EHR One year into offering expanded coordinated services funded by a Certifed Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHC) grant, Oaks Integrated Care, a private, nonproft organization in Mount Holly, NJ, is serving […]

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[Webinar Recording] Maximizing the Value of Your Data Integration

The concept of promoting greater interoperability in healthcare has continued to gain steam as stakeholders in the care continuum have discovered the value of sharing data in a meaningful way. As a result, more state and federal agencies are offering incentives designed to encourage this holistic approach to client-centric care. Though, if you’re thinking about […]

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[Tool] How to Select the Best EHR

Whether your behavioral health or human services organization is dealing with the requirements of data integration, right-sized utilization, multiple payment models, increased complexity in reporting, or other changes related to value-based care, your electronic health record system is essential to your work. It makes sense to review your technology choices from time to time, especially […]

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[Tool] Defining Your Interoperability Strategy

Use Our Integration Methodology to Plan for Interoperability Many behavioral health and human services organizations are working to achieve interoperability by integrating their data and EHR systems with those of partner organizations, creating integrations with labs, pharmacies, HIEs, ACOs and more. Creating an integration can seem like an overwhelming project, but it doesn’t have to. […]

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Integration Practice One Sheet

What technology do providers need to reliably exchange patient information? As part of a larger healthcare reform effort, organizations are increasingly being asked to: Improve access to care for all individuals Demonstrate a positive impact on the outcome of the populations they serve Reduce their total healthcare expenditures Progressive models of health reform (e.g., Community […]

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[Webinar Recording] Stand Apart: Interoperability’s Strategic Role in Advancing Behavioral Healthcare Transformation

Interoperability has become a universal game changer in the world of behavioral healthcare, and it’s not hard to understand why. Fundamental to improving consumer outcomes is optimizing your agency’s efficiency by minimizing redundant, time consuming tasks that erode margins and compromise your agency’s ability to serve. In this webinar, we discuss historical barriers to interoperability, […]

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