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Integrated Care

Integrated Care

Comprehensive Treatment at All ITS Clinics

Intensive Treatment Systems (ITS) now offers Integrated Care. This means that patients can now access care for both their physical and behavioral health at one location. This move towards Integrated Care is a game-changer for our patients and staff, as it improves treatment efficiency and allows for more effective treatment of the whole person.

What is Integrated Care?

Integrated Care is a healthcare approach that aims to treat the whole person, taking into account both physical and mental health. It involves the coordination of medical and behavioral health services in a way that provides seamless, comprehensive care to patients. Rather than treating physical and mental health as separate issues, Integrated Care recognizes that they are interrelated and works to address both simultaneously.

The Benefits of Integrated Care

Improved Treatment Efficiency

Integrated Care can significantly improve treatment efficiency by streamlining the care process. Patients no longer have to visit multiple clinics for their physical and behavioral health needs. Instead, they can receive all the necessary care in one place. This not only saves time but also reduces the burden on patients and their families.

Effective Treatment of the Whole Person

Integrated Care enables healthcare providers to treat the whole person, not just their physical symptoms. This is particularly important for patients with chronic conditions or complex health needs. For example, a patient with substance use disorder who is also struggling with depression can benefit from a healthcare provider who is able to address both issues simultaneously.

Reduced Stigma

Integrated Care can also help to reduce stigma associated with mental health conditions. By providing mental health services alongside physical health services, patients can receive treatment for their mental health without feeling like they are being singled out or stigmatized.

Improved Health Outcomes

Finally, Integrated Care can lead to improved health outcomes for patients. By addressing both physical and mental health needs, healthcare providers can more effectively manage chronic conditions and improve overall health.

The decision by ITS to offer Integrated Care to their patients is a positive step forward in their recovery and overall health. It represents a shift towards a more comprehensive and patient-centered approach that recognizes the importance of treating the whole person. As Integrated Care becomes more prevalent, we can expect to see significant improvements in treatment efficiency, patient outcomes, and overall quality of care.

Please ask any of our staff for more information or call our 24 hour number 1-855-245-6350.

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