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A System of Care for Children's Mental Health: Expanding the Research Base
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Chapter 8: Use of Data to Assure Quality and Enhance Outcomes in a System of Care        

Symposium – Community-based Theories of Change: Highlights of Findings from a National Study
Chair: Sharon Hodges

Community-based Theories of Change: Study Background and Design
Sharon Hodges           

Community-based Theories of Change: Overview of Findings
Mario Hernandez           

Structures and Processes Supporting the Mission and Goal of a Family-run Organization: King County Blended Funding Project
Svetlana Yampolskaya           

Organizational Structures and Processes Within an Evidence-based Practice: Cross-site Findings from a Study of Teaching Family Organizations
Teresa Nesman           

Symposium Discussion
Sharon Hodges                  

A National Look at the Academic Achievement of Children with Emotional Disturbances
Mary Wagner, W. Carl Sumi SRI International        

Linking Outcomes Information to Decision-making: Preliminary Findings Using a Case Study Approach
Vaishali Patel, Anne W` Riley         

Using Data for Continuous Quality Improvement in an Integrated Setting
Jody Levison-Johnson, Glenn Gravino         

Four Clinical Pathways to Success in Systems of Care
Shannon Van Deman, Knute I Rotto, Vicki Sprague Effland       

Characteristics of Children with Chronic Physical Illness, their Service Use and Clinical Outcomes in Systems of Care
Brigitte Manteuffel, Anna Krivelyova, Ranilo M.  Laygo, Freda Brashears, Elizabeth Grossman   

Cost Savings with Early Intervention: Impacting Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice Outcomes
Vicki Sprague Effland, Shannon VanDeman, Knute I Rotto       

Strengths, Psychological and Functional Adjustment over Time in a Multi-site Wraparound Initiative
Jennifer Taub, Steven Banks, Kim T Smith, Christina Breault     

Continuous Quality Improvement: Using a Service-learning, Peer-mentoring Approach to Ensure System of Care and Wraparound Fidelity
Christine Davis, Steve Martaus      

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