Driven by ‘Urgent Need’ Payers, Providers Take Action to Integrate Behavioral Health into Women’s Health Care

For many women, an OB-GYN clinician is the physician they see most often. Women often visit their OB-GYN during vulnerable periods of life, including adolescence, pregnancy, postpartum and the menopausal transition, which can trigger bouts of depression or anxiety. The integration of behavioral health and women’s health care has become more common as OB-GYNs encounter mental health issues that fall outside their specialty. Still, a lot of training is needed before behavioral health can be fully integrated into women’s health, industry insiders told Behavioral Health Business.

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Source: https://bhbusiness.com/2024/01/12/driven-by-urgent-need-payers-providers-take-action-to-integrate-behavioral-health-into-womens-health-care

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