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Financing and Service Delivery Integration for Mental Illness & Substance Abuse | Research in Progress Webinar

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Meeting Description:

Building on integrated data sources from Arizona’s medical, mental health, and criminal justice systems, this project explores opportunities to better coordinate services for persons with mental illness and/or substance abuse disorders. Using interactive system dynamics modeling and network analysis methods, pathways are mapped for people and dollars moving between and within the state’s medical, mental health, and criminal justice systems. The 2-year project plans to develop interactive simulation models, informed by stakeholder input, to explore how changes to funding streams and service delivery models can produce improved health and social outcomes.

Details
Date: Wed, Oct 18, 2017
Time: 12:00 PM EDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Systems For Action National Coordinating Center
 Presenter Information
William Riley, PhD
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Professor, School for the Science of Health Care Delivery, College of Health Solutions, Director of the National Safety Net Advancement Center, Arizona State University 

Michael S. Shafer, PhD
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Professor, School of Social Work; Director, Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy; Affiliate Professor, School of Criminology & Criminal Justice College of Public Service and Community Solutions, Arizona State University

George C. Runger, PhD
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Professor, School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering;  Chair of the Department of Biomedical Informatics; and Director of the International School of Diagnostics, Arizona State University