Last week, my colleague George Braunstein pointed out that the framework and approaches for delivering a continuum of behavioral health services had some real legs as population health management tools (see Bend The Cost Curve? We Need Behaviorally-Led Health Systems). Most physical health care delivery systems have outpatient clinic services and acute inpatient care—with little in between to support consumers in the community. Intensive community-based supports, more typical in behavioral health, offer great promise in supporting other chronic conditions. That article brought a response that takes the argument a step further. Not only is the behavioral health service continuum framework…
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