Sharing State Mental Health Data for Research: Building Toward Ongoing Learning in Mental Health Care Systems

@article{Chambers2015SharingSM,
  title={Sharing State Mental Health Data for Research: Building Toward Ongoing Learning in Mental Health Care Systems},
  author={David A. Chambers and Agnes E Rupp},
  journal={Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research},
  year={2015},
  volume={42},
  pages={586-587}
}
With the rise of “big data,” the opportunities to use administrative and clinical data to evaluate impact of state level program initiatives are greatly expanded. The National Institute of Mental Health has in recent years supported research studies pooling data across states to address state-relevant questions. This commentary summarizes these activities and describes future platforms that may enhance ongoing work in this area. 
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