North Carolina is developing a unique and innovative infrastructure to support integrated physical, behavioral, and social health care. Efforts by the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, the Foundation for Health Leadership & Innovation, Cone Health, Atrium Health, and the One Charlotte Health Alliance advance our understanding of how to best operationalize the design and payment of integrated services. Best practices such as the collaborative care and primary care behavioral health models reduce inefficiencies and disparities by bringing together teams of primary care and behavioral health care providers.
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