This paper from the National Council for Behavioral Health expands the dialogue concerning the integration of substance use treatment with healthcare services. What does a Patient-Centered Medical Home look like for people living with serious substance use disorders? Why are substance use disorders important to healthcare? How do we bi-directionally integrate substance use treatment and healthcare?
It is interesting to consider such questions not only within the context of the report, but also for tobacco addictions. How can we fit medical homes to the needs of individuals who want to quit smoking?

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