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Integrated Behavioral Health

A key component of current health policy and an emerging approach to patient-centered care is the integration of medical and behavioral health care. Doing so helps achieve the Triple Aim: improved patient experience, better population health and reduced cost of care. Behavioral health programs at the College of Health Solutions answer that call by providing the training clinicians need to move ahead in their fields. Our programs embrace collaborative care delivery and address changes in an evolving health marketplace with new integrated models.

Degree Programs

Flexible degree programs provide you with options that meet the needs of current and future health providers. Our behavioral health programs prepare today’s workforce to design, implement and evaluate sustainable integrated health care programs and delivery systems. Program curriculum is unique in combining health care management, models of evidence-based and cost-effective interventions, accountability for clinical and cost outcomes, and entrepreneurship approaches for disruptive innovation.

Explore ASU’s degree programs in integrated behavioral health.

Faculty and Research

The research conducted by our faculty concentrates on the role and effectiveness of behavior change to improve population health and reach Triple Aim outcomes. Our faculty are focused on both intervention and health system research. Current research explores topic areas such as wellness in corporate models, empowerment techniques, primary care behavioral health, physical activity adherence and intervention within certain populations, effects of medical management within family systems, and more.

Learn more about integrated behavioral health faculty and research at ASU.