Reimbursement of Mental Health Services in Primary Care Settings
DIANE Publishing, 2011 - 48 pages
In 2005┐06 a study identified the barriers to, and solutions for RMHS. This study was divided into two parts. The first part is a White Paper background report which identifies the barriers to successful provision of RMHS. The second part convened a Expert Forum who reviewed the White Paper, and suggested actions to reduce those barriers. This Final Report incorporates their deliberations and addresses the following: Describes the purpose and rationale of the project; Outlines the project┐s tasks; Details findings from the White Paper; Summarizes the June 2006 Expert Forum discussion; and Provides suggested actions to the Fed. gov┐t. on steps to overcome existing or perceived barriers to RMHS. Illustrations. This is a print on demand report.
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