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Highlights from 2000-2001 CWLA Management, Finance, and Contracting Survey: Implications for Policy and Practice

This monograph distills findings from CWLA surveys and from the activities of CWLA's partners into technical assistance resources for states and communities as they develop child welfare initiatives or Medicaid managed care reforms to better serve children and families. It compares the 1998 data from the CWLA Managed Care and Privatization Child Welfare Survey project with the main findings of the CWLA 2000-2001 Management, Finance, and Contracting Survey Final Report. It also highlights similarities and differences between CWLA's 2000-2001 survey and the Health Care Tracking Project 2000 State Survey on the effect of managed behavioral health care on children and families in the child welfare system.

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  Cover  
  Front Matter
  Introduction
  Findings from the CWLA and Tracking Project Surveys
  Concluding Observations and Lessons Learned
  References
     


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