This web page outlines guidance from SAMHSA related to reimbursement for screening and brief intervention through insurance, Medicare, and Medicaid.
Designing, Implementing and Sustaining Physical Health-Behavioral Health Integration: The Comprehensive Healthcare Integration Framework
This framework guides the implementation of integration of physical and behavioral health (including mental health and substance use) for all child and adult populations. The framework can be used by any provider in a broad range of settings and organizations.
This is invited testimony to the U.S. Senate Finance Committee during the hearing on "Behavioral Health Care When Americans Need It: Ensuring Parity and Care Integration" about making behavioral health services accessible to Americans, including care for substance use disorders.
A clinical pharmacist from Rush University Medical Center presents an example of implementation of team-based care using telehealth for substance use disorder (SUD) care.
These proceedings summarize the discussion from the harm reduction community roundtable and supplemental individual interviews, inclusive of representatives from national and local harm reduction organizations, state and local government agencies, tribal organizations, and researchers who have experience distributing fentanyl test strips (FTS) or are knowledgeable about FTS specifically or drug checking more generally.
This decision support tool and accompanying integrated care billing modules, including those related to substance use, offer guidance to provider organizations on how to finance integrated care.