Children’s Oncology Group

Health Resources and Services Administration, DHHS

Lance Armstrong Foundation

Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship

National Comprehensive Cancer Network

National Conference of State Legislatures

National Council on Aging

National Initiative for Children’s Healthcare Quality

National Quality Forum

Oncology Nursing Society

Robert Wood Johnson Community Partnerships for Older Adults

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, DHHS Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Veterans Administration

The committee’s search yielded 10 interventions that met its criteria and could serve as models for the delivery of psychosocial health services. These are identified and discussed in Chapter 4.

OTHER TASKS IN STUDY SCOPE OF WORK

The committee’s scope of work specified nine tasks (one of which was the identification of models of psychosocial care as described above). The remaining eight called for the following:

  • Review of the recommendations of previous IOM and other reports on psychosocial services

  • Determination of why the recommendations contained in prior reports were not implemented and of possible ways to address barriers to care

  • Documentation of

    • types of services needed/provided

    • availability and use of services

    • who is using services and how they are accessed

    • what patients are told/given as their condition evolves (flow of care)

    • provider capacity

    • how services are paid for in various community settings

  • Analysis of reimbursement issues and development of recommendations for change

  • Analysis of workforce issues, including current and overall capacity required in the community to meet psychosocial health care needs



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