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This is the eighth edition of Mental Health, United States. This report provides national statistics relating to mental health and mental health services in the United States. Areas covered include the current context surrounding the emergence of managed behavioral health care; assessment of outcomes and assessment of performance, both concerned with evolution of essential quality tools; key factors in managed care, including risk adjustment, workforce competencies, and rural services; population-based analyses for populations who are seriously mentally ill and severely emotionally disturbed and for costs incurred through Medicare, Medicaid, and private sector insurance plans; and national statistics. (Authors)
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1998
Rockville, MD
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