Where is Behavioral Health Integration Occurring? Mapping National Co-location Trends Using National Provider Identifier Data
This report examines the rate of co-location between primary care physicians (PCPs) and social workers/psychologists to (1) identify the percent of PCPs co-located with social workers/psychologists in the US; (2) assess if co-location rates vary by state, region, rurality, or practice size; and (3) determine if co-location rates vary by PCP specialty.
This authors of this study investigate physician assistant (PA) practice characteristics, outline the extent and source of PA education in oral health, and determine facilitators and barriers to the integration of oral health service in practice.
The objective of this report is to describe the roles and functions of social workers in integrated healthcare settings.
This study explores perceptions of CEOs of community health centers (CHCs) with a variety of staff configurations, and identifies a typology of factors they consider when deciding how to staff their centers.
The Behavioral Health Workforce Need for Integration with Primary Care: Information for Health Workforce Planning
This study provides information that can be used by policy makers, practitioners, educators and other health workforce planning stakeholders to develop plans and policies to increase access to behavioral health care services through primary care settings.
The Behavioral Health Workforce Needed for Integration with Primary Care: Information for Health Workforce Planning
This study provides a framework to inform the process of planning and developing the behavioral health workforce that can meet these integration needs.