Minnesota, Mayo Contract Addresses Psych Medications for Children

Posted on June 6th, 2012 by

The Minnesota Department of Human Services has entered into a $1.7 million contract with the Mayo Clinic in which the Rochester, Minn.,-based health system will guide primary care doctors when they prescribe psychotropic medications for children.  The program will run for two years and is expected to pay for itself with reduced hospitalizations and medication use in the Medical Assistance program -- the state's version of the state-federal Medicaid public health insurance program.

 

Pioneer Press

Tags: Mayo Clinic Rochester, Medical Assistance program, Pediatrics, Pioneer Press, psychotropic medications

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