Effects of the Integrated Behavioral Health Project's Efforts to Promote Integrated Care Under Funding from the California Mental Health Services Authority

by Jennifer Cerully, Rebecca L. Collins, Eunice C. Wong, Rachana Seelam, Beth Roth, Jennifer Yu

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Describes the methods and results of a RAND evaluation of the Integrated Behavioral Health Project's efforts to promote the integration of mental and physical health care among various health care stakeholders in California.

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