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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Cover Story Regional and county-based models for public behavioral health care have been evolving in recent years, and I find that I'm growing rather fond of them as an alternative to statewide carve-out models. Having survived (and praised) the Massachusetts statewide carve-out model, I now find myself working in Michigan and North Carolina where new regional models are actively being implemented. What both the North Carolina and Michigan models share is a single "local" entity operating as a . . .
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By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Cover Story Regional and county-based models for public behavioral health care have been evolving in recent years, and I find that I'm growing rather fond of them as an alternative to statewide carve-out models. Having survived (and praised) the Massachusetts statewide carve-out model, I now find myself working in Michigan and North Carolina where new regional models are actively being implemented. What both the North Carolina and Michigan models share is a single "local" entity operating as a . . .
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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Cover Story Regional and county-based models for public behavioral health care have been evolving in recent years, and I find that I'm growing rather fond of them as an alternative to statewide carve-out models. Having survived (and praised) the Massachusetts statewide carve-out model, I now find myself working in Michigan and North Carolina where new regional models are actively being implemented. What both the North Carolina and Michigan models share is a single "local" entity operating as a . . .
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