|Year of Publication||2014|
Executive summary -- Background and overview -- What is the epidemiology and burden of disease associated with mental health and substance use issues? -- To what extent have people interacted with primary care providers about their mental health or substance use issues, and how have primary care providers responded? -- What are the potential roles of primary care teams with respect to mental health and substance use issues? -- What is the evidence for the efficacy of early identification and early intervention in primary care settings for mental health and substance use issues? -- What is the evidence for the effectiveness and cost effectiveness of primary care-level collaboration in addressing mental health and substance use issues? -- What are the potential models for organizing primary care team collaboration directed at addressing mental health and substance use issues?
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