The primary care market is being radically re-imagined where it overlaps with behavioral health care. On of the emerging trends is a best practice model that integrates care coordination with long-term services and supports (LTSS), medical, pharmacy, behavioral health, and social services—all while it coordinates/provides primary care (see The Primary Care Reinvention). For a better look at fully integrated medical and behavioral health care, we reached out to Arizona-based Community Bridges, Inc. (CBI) and spoke with Brenda Benage, Deputy Chief . . .