Feeling better?

Lee, Karen
March 2001
Employee Benefit News;Mar2001, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p29
Reports that insurers claim to be making advances in measuring progress and projected outcomes of behavioral health care treatments in the United States as of March 2001. Efforts made by some companies to identify high-risk patients; Impact of mental health to the effectiveness of care.


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