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Follow-Up After Discharge from an Inpatient Psychiatric Facility


  • Jonathan D. Brown
  • Randall Blair
  • Xiao Barry


Individuals discharged from inpatient psychiatric facilities (IPFs) require timely follow-up care to maintain their functioning and avoid or delay future hospitalizations.

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  • Jonathan D. Brown & Randall Blair & Xiao Barry, "undated". "Follow-Up After Discharge from an Inpatient Psychiatric Facility," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 58c5004c02fe46dc93098c7d5, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:58c5004c02fe46dc93098c7d5664517e

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    Aftercare; Community mental health services; Emergency psychiatry; Hospitalization; Mental health systems/hospitals;

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