Free Webinar – Integrating primary care and behavioral health

July 22, 2013    |   By: Calevir

Integrating Physical, Behavioral Health: WIHI, July 25

WIHIThe road to recognizing the impact of mental illness on the lives of patients, families, and society as a whole has been an uneven one in the US. Even with battles won for benefit parity, and medications that can alleviate some of the worst suffering, the stigma of mental illness persists. And most experts agree the supply of mental health professionals doesn’t begin to match the need for therapy and treatment. Against this backdrop, a new approach is emerging to bring mental health “in from the cold.” The next WIHI (Thursday, July 25, 2-3pm ET) will showcase leaders and organizations that are at the forefront of redesigning care for patients and populations in need of primary care and mental health services. By offering both, often in the same location, providers can help their patients connect the dots between body and mind, and improve underlying health problems in a more holistic fashion. We hope you’ll join us for this important and timely discussion.

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