By Monica E. Oss I was in a (Zoom) meeting last week with the board of a non-profit behavioral health provider organization discussing the current state of affairs in the health and human service field. We reviewed the many market factors at play—the result of the convergence of three crises—public health, economic, and political. During the discussion, one board member asked those unanswerable questions that come up at times like this. “With such a significant increase in need for behavioral health services and the pending budget cuts, how can this work? If we provide those services, who is going to pay for them?” My response—the answers to those questions are political.…
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