Despite enormous expenditures and innovations in treatment, the United States health care system does not consistently deliver effective treatment to individuals with serious mental illnesses.
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Developing Quality Measures for Medicaid Beneficiaries with SchozophreniaJan 30, 2012
Treatment and Outcomes for Congestive Heart Failure by Race/Ethnicity in TRICAREMay 01, 2011
This study examines racial/ethnic disparities in the treatment and outcomes of care for TRICARE beneficiaries with congestive heart failure.
Medicaid Beneficiaries Using Mental Health or Substance Abuse Services in Fee-for-Service Plans in 13 States, 2003Sep 30, 2010
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.
Differences in Prevalence, Treatment, and Outcomes of Asthma Among a Diverse Population of Children with Equal Access to Care: Findings from a Study in the Military Health SystemAug 30, 2010
This article assesses racial and ethnic differences in asthma prevalence, treatment patterns, and outcomes for children enrolled in the Department of Defense’s health insurance program, TRICARE.
Integrating Mental Health Treatment Into the Patient Centered Medical HomeJun 30, 2010
This paper identifies the conceptual similarities in and differences between the PCMH and current strategies used to deliver mental health treatment in primary care.
Antidepressant Use in a Nationally Representative Sample of Community-Dwelling US Latinos With and Without Depressive and Anxiety DisordersJul 30, 2009
Antidepressant drugs are widely prescribed in the United States; however, little is known about their use among major ethnic minority groups.