Providing whole-person care: integrating behavioral health into primary care.

Authors, Primary Freeman,J. S.
Title Primary Providing whole-person care: integrating behavioral health into primary care.
Periodical Full North Carolina medical journal
Pub Year 2015
Volume 76
issue 1
Start Page 24-5
Abstract Integrated primary care in a patient-centered medical home is the best way to invite patients to engage in better self-care, to move from provider-based care to team-based care, and to address whole-person needs. However, primary care-whether rural or urban, public or private-cannot become the default mental health system for North Carolinians with severe mental illness.
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Author/Address Freeman,Jan Sweet. Rural Health Group, Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina, USA. jan.freeman@rhgnc.org.
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Topic Tag(s) Comprehensive Care;Patient-Centered Care;Team Based Health Care
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