Author(s): Knitzer J, Cooper J, Knitzer J, Cooper J
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Abstract This paper reviews access, outcomes, and quality in the children's mental health system. We contend that a major focal point of future reforms should be at the organization level of care delivery. We identify five areas for intentional policy action to better infuse quality into the system. We also call for building upon the momentum of recent high-visibility reform proposals and for renewed advocacy to advance quality-linked perspectives into the children's mental health system beyond its focus on children with severe emotional disturbances.
This article was published in Health Aff (Millwood)
and referenced in Journal of Child and Adolescent Behavior