One of the issues affecting my patient population is the integration of substance abuse management and mental healthcare. Successful integration between substance abuse and mental care has proved to achieve better outcomes. Integration addresses financial barriers and makes patients more satisfied. It also helps increase the quality of care and boost the quality of life on a long-term basis (Crowe et al., 2018). The challenge in integrating mental health and substance abuse where I work has led to poor health outcomes. The challenge has created financial difficulties, making it challenging to address substance abuse effectively. Despite efforts, the organization puts more effort into mental health with a lack of correlation between integration measures.
Information technology plays a significant role in the implementation of evidence-based practice in substance abuse management. Access to the internet makes it easy for health service providers to access information and use it for decision-making. Technological advances have also made it possible to mine large data sets and analyze health needs to determine treatment and management interventions (Mesko et al., 2018). Cloud services facilitate easy access to accurate data from remote areas, facilitating collaborative decision-making and integrated care. It is also easy to access clinical evidence for the assessment and implementation of health care strategies. Lastly, technology enhances the active participation of patients in decision-making (Lattie et al., 2020). Despite the physical distance, patients are connected with healthcare providers throughout. 
Crowe, A., Mullen, P. R., & Littlewood, K. (2018). Self‐stigma, mental health literacy, and health outcomes in integrated care. Journal of Counseling & Development, 96(3), 267-277.
Lattie, E. G., Nicholas, J., Knapp, A. A., Skerl, J. J., Kaiser, S. M., & Mohr, D. C. (2020). Opportunities for and tensions surrounding the use of technology-enabled mental health services in community mental health care. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 47(1), 138-149.
Meskó, B., Hetényi, G., & Győrffy, Z. (2018). Will artificial intelligence solve the human resource crisis in healthcare?. BMC health services research, 18(1), 1-4.

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