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The behavioral health crisis model includes 3 components: a 24-hour regional or statewide crisis call center hub; community-based mobile crisis teams; and facilities designed to stabilize patients for eventual recovery https://buff.ly/2Jfl4Tj CC @CrisisAccess #mentalhealth
This Thanksgiving @MilbankFund is grateful to the policymakers, payers, clinicians, researchers, advocates, journalists, and others working to advance population health (the health of everyone). Thank you!
ICYMI, @drJoshS discusses how COVID-19 has exposed weaknesses in US social policies and exacerbated issues of food insecurity and mental health among children in a Milbank Quarterly Opinion https://buff.ly/3m50TGk
Especially following COVID-19, it's important for states to invest in behavioral health crisis models that better meet residents’ needs and potentially save money by reducing the need for ED visits, hospitalizations & criminal justice system involvement. https://buff.ly/378PZch
Behavioral health crisis models of care in Arizona, Georgia, and Tennessee provide early intervention and divert individuals in crisis from hospitals, jails, and prisons. Learn more: https://buff.ly/39saUdt CC @AHCCCSgov @DBHDD @samhsagov
A new study out of @YaleSPH, published in @Health_Affairs, finds that how a COVID vaccine is distributed will have a greater impact on its effectiveness than the vaccine's efficacy. https://news.yale.edu/2020/11/20/success-covid-19-vaccination-program-depends-its-implementation
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