Thank you to OPPA members who took the time to respond to the survey on Integrated Care in Ohio. To date, we have received 101 responses. As shared previously, Integrated Care a general term that reflects many different approaches to blending primary health care or specialty medical services with behavioral health (mental health and addiction) services.
As a reminder, a collaborative of statewide physician groups and provider organizations is interested in determining the presence of any and all forms of primary care and behavioral health integration in Ohio. The goal is to identify the various approaches and models being used, common themes, similarities and differences, sizes, geographic distribution, etc. in order to develop a statewide repository of data. This repository, in turn, will be used to support and expand Integrated Care and to identify concerns, challenges, and implementation barriers to be addressed with payors, policymakers and others.
The survey should take approximately 15 minutes to complete and will be very helpful to our endeavor. On behalf of the collaborating organizations identified below, we very much appreciate you and your staff taking the time to complete the survey. Please respond as soon as possible before May 21, 2018. Simply click on the link below to begin the survey (please share this email with colleagues who may not be OPPA members and with primary care physicians you may know):
Please respond as soon as possible before May 21, 2018.