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Chapter 9: Information Systems and Outcomes Management

A Tale of Two Systems: Matching Systems-of-care and Cambridge Health Alliance Data Sets
Katherine E. Grimes, Allison A. Appleton, Brian Mullin

Examining the Impact of an Integrated System-of-Care on Medical Utilization
Katherine E. Grimes, Brian Mullin

Utilization of Mental Health Services by U.S. Children, 2001
Gloria A. Simpson, Barbara Bloom, Ronald Manderscheid, Marilyn Henderson

Brief Symposium: Need for Evidence Supported Treatments: Findings from a Statewide Database

Chair: Kay Hodges
Symposium Introduction
Kay Hodges
Identifi cation of Locally Developed, Effective Programs: A Community-Based Intervention for Highly Impaired Youth
Joyce Weller, Char Beedle, Carol Epple, Al Way, Mengli Song, Heidi Grunwald
Evidence for Standardizing and Tracking Evaluations for Hospitalization in a Crisis Intervention Program
Heidi L. Wale, Lori Denter, Pamela R. Barckholtz

Symposium Overview: Taking Off the Rose-Colored Glasses – Understanding Treatment Failure Examining Patterns of Improvement and Non-Improvement
Ann Doucette, Beverly Mahan, Lisa Dordal, Natasha Bryson

Integrating Research and Practice on a Child and Adolescent Inpatient Psychiatric Unit
Stephanie L. Greenham, Lise Bisnaire, John S. Lyons

Predictors of Caregiver-Reported Improvement in Child Behavior and Functioning
Kim E. Innes, Molly Brunk, J. Randy Koch

IMPROVE: A Software Program to Improve Assessments and Multisector Referrals
Arlene Rubin Stiffman, Kirk Foster, Keith Hamburg, Peter Dore

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