Needs of Medicare Beneficiaries with Mental Health Conditions

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07/27/2022
AUTHOR – ATI Advisory

Ensuring equitable and integrated care for beneficiaries with mental health conditions requires a whole-person approach. Recent bipartisan congressional interest in the behavioral health space signals that change is both necessary and coming.

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