9-5

 

Recommendations for Federal Policy Makers,

 

377

9-6

 

Recommendations for Accreditors of M/SU Health Care-Organizations,

 

384

9-7

 

Recommendations for Institutions of Higher Education,

 

386

9-8

 

Recommendations for Funders of M/SU Health Care Research,

 

387

FIGURES

3-1

 

The stigma pathway to diminished health outcomes,

 

81

5-1

 

The continuum of linkage mechanisms,

 

236

8-1

 

Financing methods for mental health/substance-use care in 2001,

 

326

BOXES

S-1

 

The Six Aims of High-Quality Health Care,

 

8

S-2

 

The Quality Chasm’s Ten Rules to Guide the Redesign of Health Care,

 

9

2-1

 

The Six Aims of High-Quality Health Care,

 

57

2-2

 

The Quality Chasm’s Ten Rules to Guide the Redesign of Health Care,

 

58

3-1

 

Rules for Patient-Centered Care,

 

78

4-1

 

Some of the Knowledge Gaps in Treatment for M/SU Conditions,

 

152

4-2

 

Key Factors Associated with Successful Dissemination and Adoption of Innovations,

 

170

4-3

 

Centers, Offices, and Institute of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,

 

175

4-4

 

The Network for the Improvement of Addiction Treatment (NIATx),

 

194

5-1

 

New Mexico’s Behavioral Health Collaborative: A Case Study in Policy Coordination,

 

247

6-1

 

Improving Care Using Information Technology,

 

261

7-1

 

Workforce Shortages and Geographic Maldistribution,

 

289

7-2

 

Insufficient Workforce Diversity,

 

290



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