integrated health care

integrated health care,

n healthcare services combining the best of conventional and complementary health care.
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It was constructed and is maintained by a project team (Benjamin Miller, PsyD, Garrett Moran, PhD, and Deborah Cohen, PhD), who are advised by the National Integration Academy Council, which is a group of integrated health care experts that help direct strategic initiatives.
Much of the funding was directed at reversing the obesity epidemic in adults and children, promoting racial and ethnic health equity and advancing integrated health care and care coordination.
This report contains papers on the elements, concerns, and problems inherent in integrated health care systems.
Integrated health care is the systematic coordination of physical and behavioral health services.
Organized in 1994 as an integrated health care delivery system, FHN is comprised of FHN Memorial Hospital, Freeport Clinic, the Leonard C.
It just does not make sense to ignore the nation's largest integrated health care network and the millions of veterans it serves each year.
AtlantiCare has been ranked among the nation's top 100 integrated health care systems by Hospitals and Health Networks magazine.
Roswell serves as the chief executive officer for the Veterans Health Administration and is responsible for the operation of the nation's largest integrated health care system.
Goldsmith also attributes the popularity of integrated health care systems to health care executives and, to a lesser extent, physicians, who view integration as a way to stifle the tension between insurance, physician services, and hospital care.

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