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A detailed review of the teaching assistance (TA) and shared learning (SL) in the area of behavioral health integration UMass Medical School provided to participants of the Primary Care Payment Reform program, an alternative payment pilot developed by the Massachusetts Medicaid program, MassHealth. PCPR was designed to improve access, patient experience, quality and efficiency. As a result of TA and SL, practices reported higher rates on behavioral health quality measures and milestones.
Primary care payment reform, behavioral health, health care reform, Medicaid, payment reform, practice transformation, training
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Twomey, Joshua P.; Steinberg, Judith; Johnston, Joan D.; Leary, Amy; Norrman-Harmon, Amy; and Carlevale, Jean, "Implementing Behavioral Health Integration in Primary Care" (2016). Commonwealth Medicine Publications. 169.
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