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Strengthening the Consumer Voice in Managed Care: VII The Georgia Peer Specialist Program
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The state of Georgia has pioneered a certified peer specialist program that combines consumer-provided services, consumer advocacy, and consumer influence on policy in a highly innovative manner. In this column, the seventh in a series on strengthening the consumer voice in managed care (5–10), we present lessons about enhancing the consumer role derived from Georgia’s unique program. Although Georgia’s program is currently one of a kind, the values and strategy that inform the program could have wide application. (Authors)
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2003
Psychiatric Services
54
4
497-498
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