By Athena Mandros Increasingly care coordination programs of all types need to address more than just a single specialty area. At the payer level, more health plans are taking the responsibility for the full range of health benefits – physical, behavioral, and pharmacy (see The Alignment Of Medicaid Benefits – The Health Plans Have It). At the provider organization level, there is an increasing amount of colocation, coordination, and the provision of primary care services (see Integration Strategies For The Complex Consumer Market and Integration—Strategic Threat (& Opportunity) For Specialists). Just this week, we wrote about the success of United Healthcare's program in…
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