and Quality of Depression Care in Patients with Common Chronic Medical Illnesses.”

Appendix B is a paper by Chad Boult and Erin K. Murphy called “New Models of Comprehensive Health Care for People with Chronic Conditions.”

Appendix C contains the agendas for the public workshops held by the committee, and Appendix D contains biographical sketches of committee members.

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