Integrated care is a term used when treating multiple health conditions, and means that there is systematic coordination of primary, behavioral, and mental health care in one setting or between providers. When an individual has multiple health conditions, research suggests that patients see better outcomes when they receive integrated care, either from one provider or from a collaborative treatment team. Integrated care, also known as coordinated care, comprehensive care, or collaborative care, is a whole-person approach to care that addresses both mental and physical health. One method of integrated care that was created out of the Affordable Care Act is the Health Home