By Monica E. Oss As we were wrapping up our research on the unique health issues and recidivism issues of the justice-involved population (see A New Opportunity To Serve Justice-Involved Consumers and The ROI Of Recidivism Prevention), I received a notice about a new report from the Institute of Medicine (IoM), Applying a Health Lens to Decision Making in Non-Health Sectors.  After reading the report, I was struck by the implications for (and affirmation of) the need for behaviorally-focused medical homes for some consumer groups – whether individuals with cognitive disorders, with multiple chronic conditions, or unique social needs. The report's theme was reflected…
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