Comprehensive Health Integration Part 3: Measuring Integration and Choosing Metrics
People of all ages with co-occurring physical health, mental health and substance use challenges, as well as social determinants of health needs have higher health costs, yet experience poorer health outcomes, according to recent research. Historical disparities in access to equitable physical and behavioral health care among people from various racial, ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds further contribute to challenges in positive physical and behavioral health care outcomes.
Integrated care models are a promising solution to more effectively address co-occurring health conditions, improve health outcomes and reduce health inequities across populations.
In this Comprehensive Health Integration (CHI) Webinar Series, integrated care experts will review current data surrounding integrated care models and approaches introduced in the new paper, Designing, Implementing, and Sustaining Physical Health-Behavioral Health Integration: The Comprehensive Healthcare Integration Framework.
Please join us and our experts in the field on Tuesday, June 28, 2-3 p.m. ET for our upcoming webinar, Comprehensive Health Integration Part 3: Measuring Integration and Choosing Metrics. Learn which integration construct is the closest fit for your organization and identify performance measures and payment methodologies to support integration within your organization.