Integrated Care Models

Integrated care models have become a basic premise for service delivery in the health and human service field. Stemming from the focus on comprehensive whole-person health, integrated care models include the complete array of services for a person’s health and well-being—physical health, behavioral health, pharmacy benefits, and social supports. For health and human service provider organizations, there are many possibilities to serve consumers by taking a whole person approach to health care. From care coordination initiatives and addressing the social determinants of health to integrating primary and behavioral health care, payers and health plans are looking for a holistic approach when it comes to managing complex consumer populations.

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