AMA June 28, 2021
Tanya Albert Henry

Integrating behavioral health care into the primary care setting is a great way to expand the incredibly limited availability of psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers and other professionals with this expertise who are in especially high demand as patients need support during the COVID-19 pandemic.

It can mean having behavioral health professionals located in the same walls as the primary care practice, a primary care practice teaming up with professionals who provide services at or from other locations, or both.

And as discussed at a recentĀ AMA clinical case study webinar, when you can make telehealth services part of your integrated behavioral health care model, it only enhances the services that can be offered and expands the reach physicians...

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