Collaborative care: an exploration into core tenents, fidelity, and policy

SHAH Shivam
Centre for Mental Health
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This report reviews the available evidence the effectiveness and cost effectiveness of collaborative care models providing integrated treatment for people with co-exiting mental and physical health needs. It identifies the core principles of collaborative care and evaluates its performance in achieving the triple aim of health care of reducing costs, improve population health, and improving care experience. It also proposes policy recommendations for greater integration of this model in both the United States and the United Kingdom. (Edited publisher abstract)

Subject terms:
mental health problems, physical illness, health care, integrated care, person-centred care, multidisciplinary services, health needs;
Content type:
research review
United Kingdom, United States
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