Survey of family physicians identifies gaps in primary care’s behavioral health integration

In an article published in The Annals of Family Medicine, researchers from the American Board of Family Medicine (ABFM) and the University of Washington in Seattle examined the characteristics of family physicians who work collaboratively with behavioral health professionals (BHP). Prior evidence has demonstrated that integrating behavioral health into primary care can improve access to mental health care and patient health outcomes.

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