Employers have not been as comfortable addressing mental illnesses in the workplace as physical illnesses, Joyce A. Murphy, MPA, executive vice chancellor of UMass Medical School's Commonwealth Medicine division, told the Worcester Business Journal. She believes the NAMI pledge will lead to change.
Who We are
UMass Medical School's Disability Evaluation Services provides public agency and private industry clients with a wide range of services and supports throughout the disability detemination process - whether it is for state benefits such as Medicaid or help with SSDI applications and appeals.
Our goal is to provide our clients with accessible and cost-effective solutions. We aim to expedite the process and improve services for benefits.
Whether you are an individual or an organization, we focus on providing you with high quality, customer-centric service.
We can help clients with:
Projects and Publications
June 14, 2015
This poster explains a study that examines how states undergoing Medicaid expansion differ in their treatment of the “medically frail” population. The medically frail are individuals who may need the extra benefits offered bytraditional Medicaid.