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What Social Workers Need To Know

Focus on the Major Changes in Health and

Behavioral Health in New York


With the passage of the Affordable Care Act, along with plans to cut costs, better integrate care and identify outcomes, changes are occurring more quickly than anyone has ever seen previously.

In order to help social workers better understand these developments, Currents is featuring three articles on what the Affordable Care Act will mean in New York, how changes in Medicaid and managed care will affect behavioral health, and the rapid expansion of community health centers providing integrated services.

While these articles feature large scale policy developments, their impact on what social workers need to know is enormous. There is no actual dividing line between policy, practice and employment.

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 Terry Mizrahi and Mark Hannay

 

 


Critical Role for Social Workers

Getting Ready for Federal Health

Care Reform in New York:

2013 is a Critical Year

Terry Mizrahi, PhD, Professor, Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College, CUNY; member of Steering Committee of Metro New York Health Care for All Campaign and former President, National NASW; Mark Hannay, Director, Metro New York Health Care for All Campaign

 

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Peter Beitchman
Change at Dizzying Speed; Unanswered Questions

New York State Medicaid Reform in Behavioral Health

Peter Beitchman, DSW, LMSW, CEO, The Bridge

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Virna Little


New Opportunities for Social Work in Community Health Centers

Virna Little, PsyD, LCSW-R, SAP, Senior Vice President Psychosocial Services/Community Affairs, The Institute for Family Health

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