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Improving the Coordination of Services for Adults with Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders: Profiles of Four State Medicaid Initiatives

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  • Matthew Kehn
  • Rebecca Kleinman
  • Allison Wishon Siegwarth
  • Jonathan Brown

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This report presents case studies of four state initiatives (Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, and Tennessee) to improve the coordination of care for Medicaid beneficiaries with mental health and substance use disorders. The case studies focus on the strategy used in each state, including the financing mechanisms, state-level and local-level partnerships, use of data and information systems, and efforts to improve coordination with housing. Moreover, the case studies sought to describe the “on-the-ground†operation of the care coordination models from the perspectives of providers, consumers, and other stakeholders.

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  • Matthew Kehn & Rebecca Kleinman & Allison Wishon Siegwarth & Jonathan Brown, "undated". "Improving the Coordination of Services for Adults with Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders: Profiles of Four State Medicaid Initiatives," Mathematica Policy Research Reports b011524931ec4770ae34d272a, Mathematica Policy Research.
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    4. Jonathan D. Brown & Allison Barrett & Henry Ireys & Emily Caffery & Kerianne Hourihan, 2012. "Evidence-Based Practices for Medicaid Beneficiaries with Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder," Mathematica Policy Research Reports a659e7080be34765b0399e711, Mathematica Policy Research.
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    1. Waterman, P., 2003. "Place, space and the reinvention of social emancipation on a global scale : second thoughts on the Third World Social Forum," ISS Working Papers - General Series 19138, International Institute of Social Studies of Erasmus University Rotterdam (ISS), The Hague.

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    Medicaid; care coordination; mental health; behavioral health; service delivery;

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