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Over the last decade, at least a dozen states and regions have taken steps to measure primary care investment as part of larger efforts to increase investment in primary care. Now, some states have adopted similar requirements to measure behavioral health care.
On April 24, the Milbank Memorial Fund and the California Health Care Foundation (CHCF) sponsored a webinar for state officials that will use examples to describe key decisions and trade-offs to take into consideration when developing measurement and reporting methodologies, including:
The webinar drew on the recent CHCF report, Investing in Behavioral Health: Lessons from State-Based Efforts, in which Freedman HealthCare researchers examine the growing body of state behavioral health investment data collection and reporting. The paper discusses the ways in which these states have measured and reported on three categories — clinical, social support, and other.
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