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- From The Editor-In-Chief
- 2014 Behavioral Health Spending
- Veterans' Mental Health Service Use
- Mental Health Care Disparities
- Quality Measurement For Behavioral Health
- Mental Health Parity Emerges
- Drug Monitoring and Opioid Prescribing
- Gun Violence, Mental Illness, Gun Laws
- Suicide Prevention As A New Priority
- The Recovery Movement
- Behavioral Health Information Technology
- Media Coverage of US Mental Illness
- Narrative Matters: Refugee Children
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- Are The FDA’s New Definitions And Labeling Requirements Good For Us, Or Just Empty Calories? 24 Jun 2016
- What Is The Private Sector Doing To Help Fight Zika? 24 Jun 2016
- Health Spending Growth: Still Facing A Triangle Of Painful Choices 23 Jun 2016
- Four Ways To Address The Ethical Tensions Around Expedited Approval Of New Prescription Drugs 23 Jun 2016
- Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs Help Reduce Opioid-Related Death Rates 22 Jun 2016
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- The Future Of The Individual And Small Group Markets May 18, 2016
- Asthma And Injustice On Chicago's Southeast Side May 02, 2016
- Patients' And Consumers' Use Of Evidence April 07, 2016
- Variation In Health Outcomes: The Role Of Spending On Social Services, Public Health, And Health Care, 2000-09
- A More Detailed Understanding Of Factors Associated With Hospital Profitability
- Steady Increase In Prices For Oral Anticancer Drugs After Market Launch Suggests A Lack Of Competitive Pressure
- The Triple Aim: Care, Health, And Cost
- Cancer Drugs Provide Positive Value In Nine Countries, But The United States Lags In Health Gains Per Dollar Spent
- Patients' And Consumers' Use Of Evidence
- Understanding An Informed Public's Views On The Role Of Evidence In Making Health Care Decisions
- Incorporating Patient-Reported Outcomes Into Health Care To Engage Patients And Enhance Care
- Yelp Reviews Of Hospital Care Can Supplement And Inform Traditional Surveys Of The Patient Experience Of Care
- The Patient Engagement Imperative