Coordinating Care for Patients with Alcohol or Drug Use Disorders: Effective Practices and Common Barriers in Three Centers
Commonwealth Medicine, Center for Health Policy and Research
Health Economics | Health Law and Policy | Health Policy | Health Services Administration | Health Services Research | Substance Abuse and Addiction
This report describes the process of providing integrated care for patients with substance use disorders at three sites in central Massachusetts: Edward M. Kennedy Community Health Center, Family Health Center of Worcester, and Community Healthlink. It identifies common practices that improve care coordination and presents key findings.
behavioral health, care coordination, substance abuse disorders
Clark, Robin E.; Gurewich, Deborah; Cabral, Linda M.; Griffith, Gillian J.; and Muhr, Kathy, "Coordinating Care for Patients with Alcohol or Drug Use Disorders: Effective Practices and Common Barriers in Three Centers" (2016). Commonwealth Medicine Publications. 149.