By Monica E. Oss Over my career in health care, the one problem that never seems to get fixed is the jagged edges of the continuum between the health care system and the justice system. Justice-involved consumers with any behavioral or medical problem seem to be ill-served by both. I’ve been to literally hundreds of meetings where there is much debate and discussion over the issue of how to navigate the conflicting public policies and budget issues that always put these consumers at a disadvantage. An estimated seven million U.S. adults were under correctional supervision (probation, parole, jail, or prison) in 2013 – about…
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