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Treatable behaviors drive up medical costs. As part of a health-care team, psychologists become more accessible to patients who can benefit from their expertise.

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In new reimbursement models, psychologists with integrated care training are positioned to add value by improving patient outcomes.

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Developed by experts in integrated health care, we provide a training and support network leading to new skills for integrated practice care and the tools to transform your clinical practice.

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Psychologists don't have to be separate from the health-care system. Health professionals value psychologists' input and expertise in treating patients.

Psychologists don't have to be separate from the health-care system. Health professionals value psychologists' input and expertise in treating patients.

By participating in this program, you will be connected to other change-makers across the health-care disciplines.

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