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Project Outcomes 2010
The ICARE Project: Outcomes Reported in 2010 PDF Print E-mail

This demonstration project was successful in establishing practice approaches and procedures to increase collaboration and integrated care for behavioral health practitioners in a variety of medical practice settings. Overall, practitioners and patients reported improved access to care, perceived improvements in communications among community providers, and increased awareness of the role of the LMEs in coordinating screening, triage and referral to treatment.

For a complete description of project outcomes, click here.

Click here for the Final Evaluation Report on the ICARE Integration Pilot Sites by the Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research at UNC Chapel Hill.