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GLOSSARY OF TERMS
Care delivery system
The entire system of how health care is delivered to you; currently the U.S. has two separate systems for health care: one for medical care and another for behavioral health care. Doctors in both systems do not now routinely coordinate and collaborate with each other, nor have access to each other records, treatment plans etc. Yet most national surveys have shown that more Americans receive behavioral health care from primary care doctors than from mental health specialists. Most patients would prefer an integrated approach in which primary care and behavioral health providers work together to address both medical and behavioral needs in a coordinated way.
Patients, families, communities, providers and facilities, payers, purchasers.
Not just an individual, but a whole large group, e.g. a community, a state, a group of employees, a country
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Goffman, Erving, Stigma:
Notes on the Management of Spoiled Identity, Prentice Hall, 1963.
Grob, Gerald, The Mad Among Us:
A History of Care of America’s Mentally Ill, New York: The Free Press, 1994.
Hinshaw, Stephen P., The Triple Bind:
Saving our Teenage Daughters from Today’s Pressures, Random House/Ballantine, 2009.
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|Our Beliefs and Values|
|8 Ways to Know if Your Primary Care Doctor is Offering You Integrated Care|
|Burden of Mental Health Care Falling on Primary Care|
|State of Washington|
|State of New York|
|New Developments Re Depression Tx in Primary Care - What Consumers Need to Know Now|
|Integration for a Safety Net Population with Complex Needs|
|The (Posthumous) Case of Pam|
|Pittsburgh Leading the Way in Behavioral Integration Implementation|
|Pediatric Integrated Care|
|Mayo Clinic Experience Integrating Behavioral Healthcare|
|The Case of Jason|
|The Case of Gina|
|Case Management Society of America Interviews NHMH|
|Mental Health and Heart Disease|
|HISTORIC COMPROMISE IN SAN FRANCISCO:|
|The Rea Case|
|A Behavioral Health House Divided|
|5 Part Series|
|5 Part Series Part I|
|5 Part Series Part II|
|5 Part Series Part III|
|5 Part Series Part IV|
|5 Part Series Part V|
|Glossary of Terms|