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UPMC Healthplan Perspectives Report

The effects of parental depression and childhood developmental delay are closely intertwined, and these issues are more prevalent among low-income and minority families

The effects of parental depression and childhood developmental delay are closely intertwined, and these issues are more prevalent among low-income and minority families

UPMC Healthplan Perspectives Report

by UPMC Health Plan
UPMC Healthplan Perspectives Report
UPMC Healthplan Perspectives Report
UPMC Healthplan Perspectives Report

What is it about?

The effects of parental depression and childhood developmental delay are closely intertwined, and these issues are more prevalent among low-income and minority families. This disparity is as real in Allegheny County as it is nationally. The Allegheny County Maternal and Child Health Care Collaborative successfully addressed this concern for Medicaid-eligible parents and their young children, by improving communication and facilitating teamwork among the behavioral health and early intervention systems that treat these issues. In this report, you’ll learn about the involvement of the key partners and the personal stories of those who were central to operation and success of the Collaborative.

UPMC Healthplan Perspectives Report

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1.0
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326Mb
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Health & Fitness Medical
Last updated
November 1, 2013
Release date
November 1, 2013
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The effects of parental depression and childhood developmental delay are closely intertwined, and these issues are more prevalent among low-income and minority families. This disparity is as real in Allegheny County as it is nationally. The Allegheny County Maternal and Child Health Care Collaborative successfully addressed this concern for Medicaid-eligible parents and their young children, by improving communication and facilitating teamwork among the behavioral health and early intervention systems that treat these issues. In this report, you’ll learn about the involvement of the key partners and the personal stories of those who were central to operation and success of the Collaborative.