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Financing and Service Delivery Integration for Mental Illness and Substance Abuse
Disrupting the Mental Illness-Substance Abuse-Incarceration Cycle in Arizona

Fragmentation and lack of coordination between health care delivery, public health, and community service systems represent a significant barrier to improving health, well-being, and equity. Drawing from health care, public health, social work, criminology, health economics, and biomedical informatics, the investigators are investigating system-level strategies that achieve alignment, partnership and synergy across the delivery and financing systems for medical care, public health, and social and community services, specifically by:

- using Participatory Action Research methodologies to investigate and identify gaps in how multisector services, delivery systems, and financing streams are currently aligned;
- estimating and identifying redundancies, gaps, and bottle-necks in the current health system to understand the fragmented and siloed structure of health care for persons with behavioral health disorders; and
- triangulating multisector evidence regarding alignment of financing and delivery systems.

[Part of the S4A Research-in-Progress Webinar Series]

Mar 24, 2021 10:00 AM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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