Mental Healthcare Reform
Just another WordPress weblog
From the category archives:
This week, several congressional committees held hearings on the U.S. mental healthcare system. The National Council congratulates our staff and members who testified at these [...]
The Department of Health and Human Services has awarded more than $296 million to states for ensuring more children have health coverage. The performance bonus [...]
In a recent article, Kaiser Health News (KHN) reported on how healthcare reform and its benefits are already well underway and exceeding expectations. An estimated [...]
A recent issue brief released by First Focus examines the impact that Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) coverage have on children and vulnerable [...]
Implementing an outcomes measurement system – and putting the data to work to improve services and outcomes – can present both challenges and opportunities. Does [...]
The Department of Health and Human Services has developed a new series of brochures to help Americans understand the Affordable Care Act and how it [...]
On an average day in 2008, 7.3 million children were uninsured. 4.7 million of these children (65 percent) were eligible for Medicaid or CHIP but [...]
On Sept. 23, the six-month anniversary of the passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, several significant components of healthcare reform went into [...]
Primary and behavioral health integration for children and adolescents brings unique opportunities and challenges. Hear from Dr. Marian Earls from the APP’s Task Force on [...]
A new Families USA fact sheet provides detailed information on new citizenship documentation requirements aimed at streamlining enrollment in Medicaid, CHIP, and other public programs.
← Previous Entries
Get smart with the Thesis WordPress Theme from DIYthemes.