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Slipping through the cracks of American health care

A recent report in the New York Times indicates those with serious mental illness die 15-30 years younger than those without. It’s a scary statistic with complicated contributing factors.

Dan Heineman, vice president and medical officer for Sanford Health Network, and psychologist Jeffrey Leichter of Sanford Behavioral Health, recently were guests on the South Dakota Public Broadcasting show “In The Moment” to talk about some of the challenges South Dakota health care providers are facing and innovations in screening and treatment. Listen now.

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