National Expenditures for Mental Health, Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Treatment (1996)

National Expenditures for Mental Health, Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Treatment (1996)

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Mental health, alcohol and other drug abuse (MHAOD) services are a significant sector of the health care economy. Much of this service industry consists of specialty providers who deliver care within systems apart from general health care, and tracking MHAOD treatment expenditures is essential. This study answers the following types of questions: how much are we spending? how are MHAOD expenditures distributed by type of provider? how much do different payers spend on MHAOD services? how much has spending changed between 1986 and 1996, and in what ways? how do MHAOD expenditures compare to those for all health care?Mental health, alcohol and other drug abuse (MHAOD) services are a significant component of health care. ... on national health expenditures are produced annually by the Health Care Financing Administration (HCFA). These estimates are derived from a variety of sources and present health expenditures by major payment source (e.g., private insurance) and type of service (e.g., physician services).


Title:National Expenditures for Mental Health, Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Treatment (1996)
Author: Tami Mark
Publisher:DIANE Publishing - 1999-05-01
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