Co-location of Health Care for Adults with Serious Mental Illness and HIV Infection

  title={Co-location of Health Care for Adults with Serious Mental Illness and HIV Infection},
  author={M.S.P.H. Greer Sullivan and David E. Kanouse and M.S.P.H. Alexander S. Young and Xiaotong Han M.S. and Judy Perlman M.A. and Paul Koegel},
  journal={Community Mental Health Journal},
This study describes persons with serious mental illness and comorbid HIV infection and examines the effect of co-location of mental health and HIV care on satisfaction, service utilization, and appropriateness of care. One hundred and eighteen subjects completed interviews and gave blood samples; medical records were abstracted. Most reported few barriers to care and satisfaction with mental health and HIV treatment. Co-location of mental health and HIV care did not influence satisfaction with… CONTINUE READING

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