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Integrated Care for Persons With Persistent Gynecologic Conditions.

Persons with persistent gynecologic conditions frequently cope with complex biopsychosocial challenges and benefit from integrated behavioral health evaluation and treatment within gynecologic practices. Integrated care refers to the provision of behavioral health services within a health care setting which contributes to improved patient, provider, and practice outcomes, however, has not been commonly provided in traditional gynecologic practices. Several models of integrated behavioral health are reviewed. Each model holds specific applications in primary and specialty gynecology settings and may enhance the gynecologic patient experience. This article reviews current research supporting integrated care and describes implementation, funding, and evaluation to improve patient outcomes.

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