By Monica E. Oss, Chief Executive Officer Health care continues to receive a lot of attention in Washington D.C. Just last week, President Biden's State of the Union address was focused on many elements of healthcare—proposed new nursing home oversight, lower prescription drug prices, continuation of free COVID testing, and a new mental health plan, to name just a few. The plan to strengthen the nation's mental health system was expansive to say the least, including elements addressing workforce capacity, emergency response, parity, integration, evidence-based practices, digital health, children's mental health, and more (see Fact Sheet: President Biden to Announce Strategy to Address Our National Mental Health…
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