School-Based Health Centers: Available Information on Federal Funding

Bascetta, Cynthia A.
October 2010
GAO Reports;10/8/2010, p1
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The article provides an analysis on the economic cost and benefits of school-based health centers (SBCHs) in the U.S. It examines the federal grant funds and Medicaid reimbursements received by SBHCs through surveying the data from the National Assembly on School-Based Health Care (NASBHC) for 2007-2008. Data reveals that 255 of the 538 survey respondents have generally received funds from the Health Center Program while 138 received funds from the Department of Health and Human Services.


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