This publication offers the first comprehensive look at the opportunities in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to drive better outcomes for children and parents together.
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About Shayla Regmi
Shayla Regmi joined NASHP in June 2012. As an undergraduate, she worked at the Brookings Institution and Aspen Institute as a health economics intern. She also worked at the Center for a Healthy Maryland where she focused on policies to reduce maternal mortality. Shayla graduated with honors from the Johns Hopkins University in 2012 with a degree in Neuroscience.
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Many states are developing and implementing strategies for integrating behavioral health with primary care. Integrated care improves patients’ access to behavioral health services, attendance at scheduled appointments, satisfaction with care, and adherence to treatment. Minority populations in particular are more likely to seek mental health treatment from primary care practitioners than from mental health specialists. […]