Behavioral Health and Primary Care Integration in Ohio’s Psychiatry Residency Training

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This study was made possible by a grant from the Ohio’s Medicaid Technical Assistance and Policy Program (MEDTAPP), a university Medicaid research partnership combining nonfederal and federal funds to support the efficient and effective administration of the Medicaid program.

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Reed, E., Crane, D., Svendsen, D. et al. Behavioral Health and Primary Care Integration in Ohio’s Psychiatry Residency Training. Acad Psychiatry 40, 880–886 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40596-016-0623-y

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Keywords

  • Behavioral Health
  • Core Competency
  • Integrate Care
  • Psychiatry Resident
  • Program Leader