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A Computerized Management Information System and a Unique Funding Mechanism for Outpatient Drug Services in a County Program Network

  • Anthony J. Trifiletti
  • Donald Paretchan
  • Dorothy A. Klein

Abstract

The Delaware County (Pennsylvania) Drug and Alcohol Services Network consists of 9 drug-free outpatient clinics, 1 methadone maintenance program, 1 residential alcohol detoxification center and 3 primary prevention agencies. Total expenditures for these programs amounts to about $1.8 million annually. Funding for these services comes from the State Drug/Alcohol Authority, the National Institute of Drug Abuse, Title XX program. County Government, Medicaid payment, and client fees. Programs, all of which are private, non-profit corporations, are funded through contracts with the Country Drug and Alcohol Office, a unit of county government.

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Case Management Service Client Data Medicaid Payment Exception Report Client Number 
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Copyright information

© Plenum Press, New York 1981

Authors and Affiliations

  • Anthony J. Trifiletti
    • 1
  • Donald Paretchan
    • 1
  • Dorothy A. Klein
    • 1
  1. 1.Delaware County (Pennsylvania) Drug and Alcohol ProgramUSA

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