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Medicaid Beneficiaries Using Mental Health or Substance Abuse Services in FeeforService Plans in 13 States 2003

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  • Henry T. Ireys
  • Allison L. Barrett
  • Jeffrey A. Buck
  • Thomas W. Croghan
  • Melanie Au
  • Judith L. Teich

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This study examined Medicaid beneficiaries using mental health or substance abuse services in fee-for-service plans in 13 states in 2003, concluding that they entered general hospitals and visited emergency rooms far more frequently than other beneficiaries.

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  • Henry T. Ireys & Allison L. Barrett & Jeffrey A. Buck & Thomas W. Croghan & Melanie Au & Judith L. Teich, 2010. "Medicaid Beneficiaries Using Mental Health or Substance Abuse Services in FeeforService Plans in 13 States 2003," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 8be19fa0971b40119a206107d, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:8be19fa0971b40119a206107d6516a47
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    Keywords

    Medicaid Beneficiaries Mental Health Substance Abuse Fee for Service Plans;

    JEL classification:

    • I - Health, Education, and Welfare
    • J - Labor and Demographic Economics

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