A blog post from the Social Innovation Fund (SIF) discusses integrated behavioral health as a promising approach in which primary care and behavioral health clinicians work together to improve identification and treatment of mental and physical illnesses.

The blog cites The John A. Hartford Foundation SIF project with the University of Washington AIMS Center to support federally qualified health centers in the rural northwest in implementing the IMPACT (Improving Mood, Promoting Access to Collaborative Treatment) collaborative care model.

To read the article, click here.