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Integrating General Medical and Behavioral Health Care: The New York State Perspective*
"Integrated health care is the new gold standard for individuals with general medical and mental disorders, whether their "medical home" is a primary care clinic or a community mental health center. When a "no wrong door" policy is in place, individuals need not (and will not) seek different settings for detection and routine treatment of highly prevalent general medical and mental disorders. Integration, therefore, opens the door to collaboration, timely care, improved quality, and parity for general medical and behavioral illnesses-and closes the door on disconnected treatment that is divisive, ineffective, and inaccessible".
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