Health Care Reform Tracking Project: Tracking State Managed Care Reforms as They Affect Children and Adolescents with Behavioral Health Disorders and Their Families: The 1997-98 State Survey
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By Sheila Pires, Mary Armstrong, and Beth Stroul, January 1999
This document reports on the second all-state survey tracking and analyzing the impact of public sector managed care reforms on children and adolescents with emotional and substance abuse problems and their families. The 1997-98 survey documents changes resulting from the increasing implementation and refinement of managed care reforms since the 1995 baseline survey. The Health Care Reform Tracking Project is a five-year national study conducted by the Research and Training Center for Children's Mental Health at the University of South Florida, the Human Service Collaborative, and the National Technical Assistance Center for Children's Mental Health at the Georgetown University Child Development Center. Copies of this document can be obtained through the Florida Mental Health Institute at the University of South Florida (813) 974-4483.