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Mental Health Parity: National And State Perspectives 1999, Bruce Lubotsky Levin, Ardis Hanson, Richard Coe Jan 1999

Mental Health Parity: National And State Perspectives 1999, Bruce Lubotsky Levin, Ardis Hanson, Richard Coe

Ardis Hanson

Mental health parity legislation could substantially reduce the degree to which financial responsibility for the treatment of mental illness is shifted to government, especially state and local government. There is substantial evidence that both mental health and addictions treatment is effective in reducing the utilization and costs of medical services. There appears to be a lack of substantial evidence to discourage Florida from pursuing mental health and substance abuse parity legislation.


Media 101 Curriculum Outline By Emmanuel Mario B Santos Aka Marc Guerrero Manila, The Philippines 1999, Emmanuel Mario B. Santos Aka Marc Guerrero Jan 1999

Media 101 Curriculum Outline By Emmanuel Mario B Santos Aka Marc Guerrero Manila, The Philippines 1999, Emmanuel Mario B. Santos Aka Marc Guerrero

Emmanuel Mario B Santos aka Marc Guerrero

The “Why’s and How-come’s” of teaching and learning Media 101 Brief History of Communication, Journalism, Media and the Internet Old Media and New Media: A Young Mind's Comparative Study of available media in The Philippines Pop Media Now and Next: Enjoying the Media for Better Understanding. Trip to the Media: Engaging the Professionals Creating your Own Popmedia “My Popmedia” Post-mortem Media Presentation Community outreach


Mental Health Parity: National And State Perspectives 1999, Bruce Lubotsky Levin, Ardis Hanson, Richard Coe Dec 1998

Mental Health Parity: National And State Perspectives 1999, Bruce Lubotsky Levin, Ardis Hanson, Richard Coe

Bruce Lubostsky Levin, DrPH, MPH

Mental health parity legislation could substantially reduce the degree to which financial responsibility for the treatment of mental illness is shifted to government, especially state and local government. There is substantial evidence that both mental health and addictions treatment is effective in reducing the utilization and costs of medical services. There appears to be a lack of substantial evidence to discourage Florida from pursuing mental health and substance abuse parity legislation.