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  • Treating the whole child: Project integrates pediatric physical and behavioral health
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    Pediatricians and behavioral health practitioners in a Lane County coordinated care project are helping parents ensure their children are mentally, emotionally and physically healthy.

    The Trillium Integration Incubator Project, or TIIP, was created in spring 2014 by Trillium Community Health Plan, Lane County's coordinated care organization. One of the CCO's project sites, at Eugene Pediatric Associates, integrates children's physical health and behavioral health care in one place.

    It is one of eight project sites funded by Trillium CCO with start-up funding from Oregon Health Authority transformation grants and additional funds from Lane County. Trillium covers operational expenses through its revenue streams.

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