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Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: 1.Archive - Health Care ReformArchive of APA activities and information about Health Care Reform.Web Page 2.Health Care ReformAPA advocacy efforts related to health care reform policy, providing legislative resources that enforce the need for appropriate infrastructure to meet the mental and behavioral health needs of all individuals. Web Page 3.Psychology Workforce Development Provisions Health Care Reform Law—April 2010Education GRO was instrumental in the inclusion of the psychology workforce development provisions listed below that were included in the historic health care reform legislation, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (P.L. 111-148), that President Barack Obama signed into law on March 23. The package of amendments, the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010 (P.L. 111-152), signed into law on March 30, did not add or take away from these provisions. Web Page (April 2010)4.Health Care ReformA top legislative priority for the American Psychological Association (APA) Practice Association involves working with policymakers to enact and implement health care reform that fully integrates psychological services into primary care, prevention and benefits packages.Web Page 5.PI-GRO Resources for National Health Care ReformWeb Page 6.ED GRO Initiatives for Community Health Centers in Health Care ReformPsychologists in Community Health Centers & National Health Service Corps should increase due to passage of health care reform legislation.Web Page 7.APA Health Reform Matrix: Key Provisions by PriorityThis document is a tool used to reference key provisions that are of special interest and benefit to psychology, psychologists and the public whom we serve. Web Page (January 2010)8.PI-GRO Health Reform Overview — March 2010The landmark health care reform reflects over a year of tireless advocacy by the APA Public Interest, Education, and Science Government Relations Offices; Executive Office; and several coalitions. These efforts included drafting and reviewing legislative language; meetings and correspondence with key members of Congress and their staff, the White House, and the Executive Branch agencies; and grassroots advocacy by APA and coalition members (e.g., advocacy trainings, constituent visits on Capitol Hill, action alerts).Web Page (March 2010)9.Workforce DevelopmentAPA advocacy efforts related to workforce issues concerning psychologists — shortage of qualified mental health professionals, availability and funding of federal programs. Web Page 10.Recovery Events at APA Annual ConventionsList of Recovery to Practice Initiative special events at the APA annual conventions.Web Page (January 2011) Previous 1 2 3 ... 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