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Connecting justice-involved individuals with health homes at reentry: New York and Rhode Island

Date Added to Library: 
Tuesday, April 18, 2017 - 22:56
Individual Author: 
Spillman, Brenda C.
Clemans-Cope, Lisa
Mallik-Kane, Kamala
Hayes, Emily
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Place Published: 
Washington, DC
Published Date: 
January 2017
Published Date (Text): 
January 2017

Many states have expanded Medicaid eligibility to reach a wider array of vulnerable and historically uninsured populations. While Medicaid cannot pay for medical services provided in prisons or jails, people who are arrested and incarcerated can enroll in Medicaid and become eligible for benefits in the community. Given the high prevalence of mental health issues, substance abuse, and chronic health conditions among criminal justice populations, providing health care services to them could improve public health and public safety outcomes. This brief highlights initiatives in New York and Rhode Island that use the Medicaid health home model to improve continuity of care for justice-involved individuals. (Author abstract)

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