IMPH in the News: Behavioral Health and Maya Pack; Long-Term Care

IMPH’s Behavioral Health Taskforce report, “Hope for Tomorrow: The Collective Approach for Transforming South Carolina’s Behavioral Health Systems,” and associate director Maya Pack have been referenced in recent articles in The Spartanburg Herald-Journal. Click the links below to read the articles.

Behavioral health treatment options face funding challenges (June 18, 2016)

Spartanburg jail struggles to provide for mental health needs (June 18, 2016)

IMPH’s Long-Term Care Taskforce report, “Creating Direction: A Guide for Improving Long-Term Care in South Carolina,” was referenced in a recent Greenville News article about new medical practices geared to provide comprehensive care to the Medicare population. Click the link below for the article.

New medical centers cater to seniors (June 21, 2016)

Comprehensive progress reports on both reports will be published in the Fall of 2016.

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