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“Integrating Mental Health Services in Pediatric Practices Feasible, Effective, Pitt Finds”

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This March 25, 2014 release from the University of Pittsburgh Medical CenterĀ  found on the Insurance.net website talks about how combining behavioral health care and physical health care for kids when they see their pediatrician

Eye and Ear, Presbyterian, and Women's Hospita...

Eye and Ear, Presbyterian, and Women’s Hospitals circa 1943, part of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

can be beneficial and very doable.

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“Will mental health coverage become a routine part of care?”

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This June 5, 2013 article on the Newsworks website talks about integrated health care and an approach that’s emerging where mental and physical health care providers share the same facility and if someone is being seen for physical health issues is screened for mental health issues and red flags go up in the physician’s mind, the person could be evaluated by a mental health professional the same day as opposed to having to wait for months to get an appointment with someone at another place.

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