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Smoking Cessation and Mental Health How Does Mental Health Differ from Other Health Systems?. Gail P. Hutchings, MPA Behavioral Health Policy Collaborative March 22-23, 2007 Lansdowne, VA. Unique environmental and contextual issues to mental health. Historical Social Political Financing

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Smoking Cessation and Mental HealthHow Does Mental Health Differ from Other Health Systems?

Gail P. Hutchings, MPA

Behavioral Health Policy Collaborative

March 22-23, 2007

Lansdowne, VA


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Unique environmental and contextual issues to mental health

  • Historical

  • Social

  • Political

  • Financing

  • Data and Technology

  • Other


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Historical

  • Centuries-old split between treating the mind “vs.” the body.

    • Advent of psychiatric hospitals (asylums).

    • Variety of organizational sequencing for State Departments

      • Separation of State Mental Health Authorities from State Health Departments in many States

    • Different from other SCLC partners (anesthesiologists, dental hygienists, etc.)


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Social

  • Stigma!

    • Negative impact on help-seeking behaviors

    • Social isolation

    • Family disintegration

    • Segregation (housing)

    • Suspicion of criminal behavior despite the science

  • Recovery as relatively new concept – not universally embraced nor understood


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Political

  • Interpersonal-level

    • Various power dynamics

    • Involuntary commitment

    • Lack of choice and control

    • Traumatic experiences

  • Other levels

    • Persons with serious mental illnesses perceived as non-voters

    • Ability to influence political dynamics?

    • Inability to form united lobby across disability groups


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Financing

  • Large role and influence of States as payors and regulators

  • Complex payment and reimbursement mechanisms

  • Severely under-funded systems


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Data and Technology

  • Mental health has not been universally effective at using data to “make the case” for mental health treatment and services.

  • Mental health lags behind technological innovations in healthcare (e-health records, etc.)



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Where do people with mental illness get care and what is their access to smoking per locus?

  • Primary care

  • Specialty care

    • Outpatient

    • Inpatient

  • Residential

    • Homes (private)

    • Group homes

  • Clubhouses

  • Employers


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