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    This system concept would require a partnership between primary care and mental health and between public health and medicine. Primary care offers golden opportunities as a point of first contact with patients and their families, in which a meaningful relationship can be established to educate and motivate patients, as well as to detect health conditions.

    A "balanced partnership" provides an opportunity for the coordination and integration of patient care. This is actualized by involving the health team and the family and targets continuity of care, which ensures comprehensive high-quality care.

    Satcher addressed specifically the lack of time in primary care that providers have to adequately attend to the many responsibilities that our health care systems require of them. He urged primary care providers to remember that they are not alone. In fact, he challenged the primary care provider to be the quarterback of the health care team that collaboratively makes the system work for the patients and their families.

    He spoke of our negligence of the health care system for not engaging the potential resources available within families. Not only is family involvement therapeutic for the patient, but it is the key to sustaining continuity of care and providing high-quality care.

    He then encouraged providers to act as responsible community leaders who educate, motivate, and mobilize the public regarding the definition of mental health as stated in Mental Health: A Report of the Surgeon General.

    He emphasized that without good mental health one cannot have good health and well being. Therefore the primary care and mental health partnership is crucial for overall balanced health. The good news in the mental health report, he indicated, is that we have the ability, perhaps 80 to 90 percent of the time, to treat mental disorders with a range of different treatments.

    However, the bad news is that less than half who suffer each year seek treatment. And many who make contact with the health system don't necessarily make contact with the mental health system because they are experiencing mental illness, because they are unaware, or because of the stigma surrounding mental illness.

    Others have trouble because of barriers associated with the health care system itself. Satcher moved on to ask what is the vision for the future and what is the task ahead. He then pointed out that Mental Health: A Report of the Surgeon General devoted an entire chapter to laying a vision for the future. He went on to identify the eight courses of action in that chapter to include the following: Our work should be based on the best available science so that we may prevent disease and promote good mental and physical health.

    Thus, we must continue and enhance mental health research, especially prevention and promotion. We must acknowledge and find ways to overcome the barriers of stigma. We need to build public awareness regarding mental health and effective treatments. We must address the serious shortage of mental health providers and the lack of training available for many community helpers who could potentially impact a person's health.

    We need to ensure the delivery of state-of-the-art treatment which means moving front-line knowledge to front-line care so that primary care providers have access to knowledge, technology and teams of experts to support their work with their patients and families. Require individuals to have insurance, with some exceptions, such as financial hardship or religious belief.

    Require creation of state-based or multi-state insurance exchanges to help individuals and small businesses purchase insurance. Federal subsidies will limit premium costs to between 2 percent of income for those with incomes at percent of federal poverty guidelines, rising to 9. Expand Medicaid to cover people with incomes below percent of federal poverty guidelines. Require creation of temporary high-risk pools for those who cannot purchase insurance on the private market due to preexisting health conditions, beginning July 1, Enact consumer protections to enable people to retain their insurance coverage see next section.

    Prohibit lifetime monetary caps on insurance coverage and limit the use of annual caps. Prohibit insurance plans from excluding coverage for children with preexisting conditions. Prohibit insurance plans from cancelling rescinding coverage, except in cases of fraud.

    Establish an office of health insurance consumer assistance or an ombudsman program. Establish the share of premiums dedicated to medical services minimum medical loss ratios. Establishes a Prevention and Public Health Fund, to provide grants to states for prevention activities, such as disease screenings and immunizations, beginning in Creates the National Prevention, Health Promotion and Public Health Council to coordinate federal prevention efforts, including those to address tobacco use, physical inactivity and poor nutrition.

    Requires insurance plans issued after March 23, , to cover certain preventive care without cost-sharing, such as immunizations; preventive care for children; and specified screening for certain adults for conditions such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes and cancer. Increases the federal share of Medicaid payments by 1 percentage point for certain preventive services, for which states do not charge a copayment, effective Jan.

    Increases Medicare payments for certain preventive services, effective Jan. Establishes a federal home-visiting initiative to help states foster health and well-being for children and families who live in at-risk communities. Requires restaurant chains with 20 or more locations to label menus with calorie information and to provide other information, upon request, such as fat and sodium content. Requires Medicaid programs to cover tobacco cessation services for pregnant enrollees.

    Requires a federal public education campaign about oral health. Improve Health Quality and System Performance The ACA contains several provisions related to improving quality and system performance, including, but not limited to, the following: Several states had premium assistance programs.

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