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PCG Phase I & II Report: Analysis of the Texas Public Behavioral Health System

State of Texas Health and Human Services Commission, Department of State Health Services Country Resources Evaluation of Policy, Law, Strategies, Plans, and Services Texas 31 December 2012 Report inpatient, outpatient

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To address the charge set forth in Rider 71, PCG’s efforts have been structured into two distinct phases; Phase I of the engagement includes the documentation and review of the state’s public behavioral health system as it currently exists, and Phase II of the engagement will include the development of recommendations to reform the public behavioral health system with consideration for federal health care reform efforts under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), in the event it is not repealed.

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