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State Options for Integrating Physical and Behavioral Health Care


  • Allison Hamblin
  • James Verdier
  • Melanie Au


This brief, prepared by Mathematica and the Center for Health Care Strategies for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Integrated Care Resource Center, explores promising state options for integrating physical and behavioral health services for high-need, high-cost Medicaid populations within a variety of care management delivery systems. It includes examples of current state programs and critical considerations for implementation.

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  • Allison Hamblin & James Verdier & Melanie Au, 2011. "State Options for Integrating Physical and Behavioral Health Care," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 389429acbfc14deeb98981634, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:389429acbfc14deeb98981634e5adfa9

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    1. Kristin Andrews & Jonathan D. Brown Tara Ferragamo & Rebecca Kleinman & Rebecca Newsham & Allison Wishon Siegwarth, "undated". "Strategies for Integrating and Coordinating Care for Behavioral Health Populations: Case Studies of Four States," Mathematica Policy Research Reports c80040fb695c413083841e51d, Mathematica Policy Research.
    2. Tricia Collins Higgins & Jung Y. Kim & Dominick Esposito & Angela M. Gerolamo, 2012. "SMI Innovations Project: Southeast Pennsylvania Case Study," Mathematica Policy Research Reports aa7b8b99d3be4c1a94071b4da, Mathematica Policy Research.
    3. Matthew Kehn & Rebecca Kleinman & Allison Wishon Siegwarth & Jonathan Brown, "undated". "Improving the Coordination of Services for Adults with Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders: Profiles of Four State Medicaid Initiatives," Mathematica Policy Research Reports b011524931ec4770ae34d272a, Mathematica Policy Research.

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    Medicaid; Care Coordination; Physical Health Services; Behavioral Health Services;

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    • I - Health, Education, and Welfare


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