Carolyn Levinson Miller

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OBJECTIVE This study examined the rates and correlates of mental health care performance measures in the Health Employer Data and Information Set (HEDIS). METHOD For all 384 health maintenance organizations (HMOs) participating in the HEDIS program of the National Committee for Quality Assurance during 1999, analyses examined the rates of compliance with(More)
OBJECTIVE An extensive literature has demonstrated a relationship between hospital volume and outcomes for surgical care and other medical procedures. The authors examined whether an analogous association exists between the volume of mental health delivery and the quality of mental health care. METHOD The study used data for the 384 health maintenance(More)
Mental health studies frequently involve multifaceted psychosocial interventions. It may be difficult to isolate the active ingredients that make these interventions successful. This study examined the use of qualitative methods to better understand the content of one of these interventions and to help elucidate the links between the care process and health(More)
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