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Children's Health Care
Issues for the Year 2000 and Beyond

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February 1999 | 336 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc

As the United States approaches the millennium, how will it address the mental health needs of its youth? The contributors of this ground-breaking volume grapple with this issue and provide fodder for discussion on how to ensure and improve the future health care of our children. Beginning with an overview of children's health care from colonial times to the present, the leaders in this field address such issues as the federal government's involvement in health care services for low-income families; the two major models for service delivery (the Community Health Center and School-Based Health and Social Services Center); the effectiveness of outpatient mental health services; the most effective forms of intervention for changing specific dysfunctional behaviors; the financial issues of health care delivery, including ways to increase cost effectiveness; and the issues of psychopharmacology versus "talk" therapies.

Researchers, graduate students, and practitioners who want the latest synthesis on the topic of health care services for children and families, and a projection for possible future directions will find this a stimulating read for furthering discussions and research

 
Introduction
Children's Health Care - Issues for the Year 2000 and beyond  
John G Day
Children and Health Care in the United States
Past, Present and Future  
Christie Provost Peters
Federal Involvement in Health Care Services
The Medicaid Program - A Safety Net for Low-Income Families and Children  
Michael M Faenza and Elizabeth Steel
Mental Health Care Coverage for Children and Families
Joy G Dryfoos
School-Based Health and Social Service Centers
William D Marelich and Mary Jane Rotheram-Borus
From Individual to Social Change
Current and Future Directions of Health Interventions  
Robert W Plant
The Future of Psychotherapy in a Changing Health Care System
Nancy J Kennedy
Behavioral Medicine
The Cost-Effectiveness of Primary Prevention  
Gary M Blau and David A Brumer
Developing Integrated Service Delivery Systems for Children and Families
Opportunities and Barriers  

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