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--> cfym news email address preferred format html text post categories access to treatment care coordination care for your mind children's mental health health insurance plans maternal mental health medicare mental health parity mental health reform peer support services psychiatric emergencies veterans workplace issues young adults latest poll are you confident that you will have access to affordable healthcare next year? yes no not sure vote poll total votes: 13 connect with us facebook medicaid update: can we anticipate changes in eligibility and benefits? posted in mental health reform | february 21, 2017 | no comments almost half of the people in the united states under the age of 65 who receive medicaid benefits because of a disability access care for mental health conditions or substance use disorders. among this population, 18 percent had experienced a mood disorder episode in the past year. congress and the trump administration are focused on changing the structure of these benefits and other ways in which americans access affordable healthcare. during this time of transition, cfym will keep you updated on potential and actual healthcare policy changes and share personal stories illustrating how these changes may affect our ability to access care. (if you are concerned about changes to healthcare or if you have an experience to share with the cfym community, you can submit your story, too!) amber kirchhoff, policy associate thresholds as a community-based provider serving nearly 15,000 clients annually, thresholds recognizes the affordable care act (“aca” or “obamacare”) as a major step forward in increasing access to treatment for individuals with mental health and substance use conditions. intertwined with the near-certain repeal of the aca are proposals for changing medicaid. this is an important part of the conversation because many people with mental health and substance use conditions access care through medicaid.read more turning our eyes back to the brain posted in mental health reform | february 14, 2017 | 2 comments doug williamson, m.d. chief medical officer & vice president for lundbeck u.s. drug development care for your mind acknowledges and appreciates the collaboration of the american brain coalition in developing this series. an epidemic the world’s quietest healthcare crisis is one that starts between the ears. when it comes to mental illness, the statistics are nearly too staggering to process. for instance, today, depression alone costs americans an estimated $210 billion dollars each year, as millions of patients across the country struggle with a range of disabling symptoms – from loss of energy to insomnia to poor concentration – as well as massive lost productivity in the classroom, in the workforce, and on the home front. meanwhile, while we are making such incredible strides in our treatment of cancer, hepatitis c, hiv, and many other diseases, the tragedy and expense of mental illness accumulates by the day. according to the world health organization, by 2030, depression will be the leading global burden of disease. lundbeck, a global pharmaceutical companies focused solely on the brain, has remained steadfast in our vision of improving the lives of people suffering from psychiatric and neurological disorders. in recent years, many other companies have scaled back their r&d (research and development) in central nervous system (cns) disorders, if they haven’t abandoned the space entirely. as a community invested in mental health, we have to bring them back and entice others to join the fight for better cns treatments, especially if we want to bend the curve in challenging disease areas like depression.read more the future for depression is bright, but we have to be patient posted in mental health reform | february 7, 2017 | one comment william z. potter, m.d., ph.d., foundation for the national institutes of health care for your mind acknowledges and appreciates the collaboration of the american brain coalition and the national network of depression centers in developing this series. despite the hurdles that stand in the way of developing new treatments for depression and other mood disorders, i believe we have every reason to be optimistic. when it comes to science, time is on our side, and the landscape for drug development will look much, much different in 10 to 20 years when we have a better understanding of the brain. but in the meantime, we need to find ways to help the millions of people who are suffering now. the good news is, scientists, drug companies, and government agencies have begun to adopt a more inclusive model in order to work more efficiently and achieve better results. by engaging in public/private partnerships, better focusing our research efforts, and enlisting the support of patients and advocates, we’re on our way to finding innovative solutions for this complex problem.read more to heal depression, we have to learn more about the brain posted in mental health reform | january 31, 2017 | one comment william z. potter, m.d., ph.d., national institutes of health care for your mind acknowledges and appreciates the collaboration of the american brain coalition and the national network of depression centers in developing this series. with 350 million people worldwide suffering from depression and diagnoses rising steadily since the 1980s, you’d hope scientists would have a thorough understanding of this pervasive condition. needless to say, we don’t. not even close. despite decades of study, we’re just starting to scratch the surface when it comes to understanding the brain. its complexity has proved a huge hurdle when it comes to developing effective new treatments for the millions of people dealing with depression.read more 1 2 3 … 64 next » care for your mind about cfym learn about mental health personal stories current polls who we are contact us terms of use & privacy statement for media latest post 21 february medicaid update: can we anticipate changes in eligibility and benefits? almost half of the people in the united states under the age of 65 who receive medicaid benefits because of a disability access care for mental health conditions or substance use disorders. among this population, 18 percent had experienced a mood disorder episode in the past year. congress and the trump administration are focused on changing the structure of these benefits and other ways in which americans access affordable healthcare. during this time of transition, cfym will keep you updated on potential and actual healthcare policy changes and share personal stories illustrating how these changes may affect our ability to access care... --> copyright © 2017 care for your mind - join the conversation!


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