Short Communication
Volume 9 Issue 3 - 2020
Sharing Care in a New Era of Integrated Healthcare
Kasey Siegel1 and Simon A Rego2*
1Spectrum Neuroscience and Treatment Institute, NY, USA
2Chief Psychologist, Director, Psychology Training, Director, CBT Training Program, Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Montefiore Medical Center, The University Hospital for Albert Einstein College of Medicine, NY, USA
*Corresponding Author: Kasey Siegel, Spectrum Neuroscience and Treatment Institute, NY, USA.
Received: January 29, 2020; Published: February 19, 2020

In this new era of integrated health care, the importance of facilitating shared care across disciplines is becoming more widely acknowledged [1]. Difficulties arise for providers due to a lack of consistent expectations for shared care, driven in part by a paucity of research on the components, barriers, and potential benefits and consequences of shared care. We highlight several of the most common barriers below, along with tips for addressing them.


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Citation: Kasey Siegel and Simon A Rego. “Simon A Rego and Kasey Siegel.” EC Psychology and Psychiatry 9.3 (2020): 01-02.

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