Need, access, and the reach of integrated care: A typology of patients.

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INTRODUCTION This paper is a report on a study exploring a potential typology of primary care patients referred for integrated behavioral health care (IBHC) services. We considered whether primary care patients could be grouped into meaningful clusters based on perceived need for behavioral health services, barriers to accessing care, and past-year service… (More)
DOI: 10.1037/fsh0000268

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@article{Bridges2017NeedAA, title={Need, access, and the reach of integrated care: A typology of patients.}, author={Ana J. Bridges and Bianca T Villalobos and Elizabeth A. Anastasia and Aubrey R. Dueweke and Samantha J. Gregus and Timothy A. Cavell}, journal={Families, systems & health : the journal of collaborative family healthcare}, year={2017}, volume={35 2}, pages={193-206} }