5 edition of clinician"s guide to managed mental health care found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||RA790.6 .W55 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 347 p. :|
|Number of Pages||347|
|ISBN 10||1560242043, 1560242051|
|LC Control Number||91022226|
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Managed care is a revolution impacting the practice of clinicians throughout America. The Clinician’s Guide to Managed Behavioral Care, called “a survival kit” and “must reading,” helps clinicians develop and market professional services attuned to the needs of managed care systems, manage the utilization process, and reshape an office practice or hospital-based Author: Norman Winegar, William Winston.
Therapist's Guide to Clinical Intervention, Second Edition is a must-have reference for clinicians completing insurance forms, participating in managed care, or practicing in treatment settings requiring formalized goals and treatment objectives.
This practical, hands-on handbook outlines treatment goals and objectives for each type of psychopathology as defined by the diagnostic /5(84). Managed care is a revolution impacting the practice of clinicians throughout America.
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The Clinician's Guide to Managed Mental Health Care is an example of this literature. Managed care - the wave of the future, according to many experts - is something every physician needs to understand.
Yet the confusing collection of acronyms and initialisms, legal cases, terminology, and new legal risks makes the area a potential minefield.
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Managed care is a revolution impacting the practice of clinicians throughout America. The Clinician’s Guide to Managed Behavioral Care, called “a survival kit” and “must reading,” helps clinicians develop and market professional services attuned to the needs of managed care systems, manage the utilization process, and reshape an office practice or hospital-based Brand: Taylor And Francis.
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It offers a comprehensive perspective on mental illness and its treatments, presents a road map for coping with the fragmented mental. Increasingly, mental health clinicians must care for suicidal patients within managed care systems.
Managed care’s cost-driven focus on rapid assessment and triage, narrowly restrictive hospital admission criteria, and abbreviated inpatient stays have resulted in poorer clinical care and increased opportunities both for adverse outcomes such. Thus, like other physicians who have confronted the new imperatives of managed care, 1, 2 providers of mental health and substance-abuse services (behavioral health care) are no Cited by: Clinicians in primary care need to work closely with those in mental health services to ensure the patient receive the most appropriate treatment.
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Trauma team members have learned. A frequent presenter and trainer. Wrnegar has published numerous papers on topics concerning chemical dependency treatment, employee as. sistance programming, and managed care.
He is the author of The Clinicians Guide to Managed Mental. He was co-author (with Jeff Barnett) of Financial Success in Mental Health Practice: Essential Tools and Strategies for Practitioners (APA Books, ) and Editor of Earning a Living Outside of Managed Mental Health Care: 50 Ways to Expand Your Practice (APA Books, ) and (co-authored with Jeffrey Barnett) Billing and Collecting for Your.
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While managed care has been keeping psychotherapy costs artificially low, its business model has been thriving.
The New York Times reported in May, that health insurance companies were experiencing their third consecutive year of record profits, while at the same time defending double-digit increases in the premiums they charge. Locally, the Health. Utilization review and other managed care techniques require that health care professionals assume new responsibilities as patient advocates.
This article explores the extent to which characteristics of providers or their experiences with managed care practices predict the nature and extent of advocacy behavior. Interviews of mental health providers revealed Cited by: 8. mental health clinicians, the community managed and primary health sectors, policy makers and researchers, and will be a helpful reference for people who have.
Treatment in a changing health care environment T he primary purpose of this book is to help mental health professionals in typical outpatient settings provide the best empirically supported treatments for the major anxiety disorders and depression.
We wrote the irst edition of this book during the height of the managed care movement. Mental Health Advisor is a comprehensive digital platform that seamlessly integrates Specialty Behavioral Health Care with Primary Care.
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Breaking Free of Managed Care: A Step-by-Step Guide to Regaining Control of Your Practice Rewarding Specialties for Mental Health Clinicians: Developing Your Practice Niche (Clinician's Toolbox, The). The Therapist's Guide to Clinical InterventionThe 's of Treatment Planning is a timely resource for therapists in the age of managed care.
This is a pragmatic and helpful reference for conceptualizing and writing treatment plans that should meet insurance, managed care, and national quality by: 4.The Gearing’s younger son, Chris Gearing, is the CEO of Gearing Up Counseling Centers, Inc.
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