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Integrated Care Models for Acquired Brain Injury: Clinical Effectiveness, Cost-Effectiveness and Guidelines

Last updated: May 21, 2019
Project Number: RB1327-000
Product Line: Rapid Response
Research Type: Non-Pharma Mental Health Intervention
Report Type: Summary of Abstracts
Result type: Report

Question

  1. What is the clinical effectiveness of integrated care models for patients with acquired brain injury with mental health and/or substance use disorders compared to patients who do not have access to patient-centered care?
  2. What is the cost-effectiveness of integrated care models for patients with acquired brain injury with mental health and/or substance use disorders compared to patients who do not have access to patient-centered care?
  3. What are the evidence-based guidelines for patients with acquired brain injury with mental health and/or substance use disorders?

Key Message

One randomized controlled trial was identified regarding the clinical effectiveness of integrated care models for patients with acquired brain injury with mental health and/or substance use disorders who do not have access to patient-centered care. Additionally, one evidence-based guideline was identified for patients with acquired brain injury and mental health and/or substance use disorders.