Military behavioral health technicians provide clinical services alongside licensed independent behavioral health providers, but they may not get the training and support they need or opportunities to use their full range of skills.
Oct 7, 2019
Understanding Behavioral Health Technicians Within the Military: A Review of Training, Practice, and Professional Development
Are military behavioral health technicians adequately prepared for their roles? Are their skills being put to the best use? The authors examine selection, training, and responsibilities and offer recommendations to optimize training and roles.
Oct 7, 2019
Addressing Social Determinants of Health Needs of Dually Enrolled Beneficiaries in Medicare Advantage Plans: Findings from Interviews and Case Studies
How are the needs of dually enrolled beneficiaries in Medicare and Medicaid met? This report presents ways that Medicare Advantage (MA) plans and Medicare-Medicaid plans can meet the needs of dually enrolled beneficiaries.
Apr 12, 2019
Data Sources and Data-Linking Strategies to Support Research to Address the Opioid Crisis: Final Report
This report highlights key research questions and identifies opportunities to use existing data sources and implement data-linking strategies that can support the HHS five point strategy to combat the opioid crisis.
Oct 16, 2018
Placing Antismoking Graphic Warning Posters at Retail Point-of-Sale Locations Increases Some Adolescents' Susceptibility to Future Smoking
Graphic antismoking posters in places where cigarettes are sold may have the unintended effect of increasing cigarette smoking susceptibility among adolescents already at risk.