3 edition of Controversies in managed mental health care found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Arthur Lazarus.|
|Contributions||Lazarus, Arthur, 1954-|
|LC Classifications||RC465.6 .C66 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 427 p. :|
|Number of Pages||427|
|LC Control Number||95047287|
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Each chapter is framed as a question and addresses a controversial area in managed mental health care. A spirited discussion ensues, capturing conflict inherent in the managed care movement.
By reading this book, mental health professionals will have a greater understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of managed care and a more realistic interpretation of managed care systems of the Format: Hardcover. The editor, who has written extensively about managed care, asks whether we really need another book on the subject.
We do need this book, as the questions it raises are thoughtful, yet practical. The general tone of Controversies in Managed Mental Health Care is of attempting to deal with, cope with, or adapt to managed care. This perspective Cited by: Controversies in Managed Mental Health Care by Lazarus, Arthur [ed] and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Controversies in Managed Mental Health Care - AbeBooks.
Controversies in managed mental health care. [Arthur Lazarus;] -- Is another book about managed care really necessary. The answer to this question, like the answers to the 27 questions that form the centerpiece of this book, seems relatively straightforward.
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a Positive View of Managed Health Care O'Ryan, Felice () Related Items in Google Scholar. To Stay or Not to Stay in Managed Care which include publishing a self-help book and teaching related workshops at people who need good mental health care are often the ones who don’t. Jordan Evans Blog Post 7 Having undertaken extensive research and brainstorming on the topic of mental health over the past five weeks, my group set out to map the issues and controversies that surround this complex subject of mental health.
Collaborating amongst a group of four allowed for a diverse range of perspectives and focal. Jennie Kronenfeld addresses major health care controversies confronting American society, health care professionals, and policymakers.
This intriguing book focuses on the overlapping area between policy sciences and health care studies, particularly the cost, access, and quality of health care. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV) is a handbook published in by the American Psychiatry Association used to diagnose mental health disorders or illnesses.
This book is primarily used in Western society - particularly the US, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, and some European countries - as a guide for. -The controversy surrounding what the primary goal of managed care is or should be.
-The increasing cost of mental health care. -The need improve the quality of care for those with mental illnesses. -The need for corporation in the managed care industry.
In this volume Kronenfeld covers controversial issues ranging from AIDS to abortion, aging, costs, mental health, and health care providers. She begins by noting that the United States spends more on health care than all other countries, yet we have between 33 and 38 million Americans who have no health insurance.
Furthermore, both EBM and EBP in mental health participate in vital debate while the policy train is leaving the station. Proponents of EBP lament the difficulty of making policy responsive to evidence, and this is generally true. To the extent that EBP has not resolved its controversies Cited by: With great speed and a considerable amount of controversy, managed care has produced dramatic changes in American health care.
At the end ofmillion Americans—more than 60 percent of the total population— belonged to some form of managed health care plan (HIAA, a).
• Delivery of managed mental health services • Major issues regarding managed mental health care in the United States Course Content Article: The Promise and Reality of Managed Behavioral Health Care, pages Ross, E.C.
The promise and reality of managed behavioral healthcare. In R.W. Manderscheid and Size: KB. According to Health Affairs, two-thirds of primary care physicians are unable to find a mental health professional to care for their patients after diagnosis.
Understanding the relationship between physical and mental health will help drive prevention strategies in mental health by building on established schemes and developing approaches used for noncommunicable somatic diseases.
This article collection on the current controversies in psychiatry seeks to address the key challenges in mental health.
Managed care has taken on many of the rhetorical flourishes but none of the substance of the community mental health revolution of the s and s. Managed care emphasizes lower levels of care and lower-cost professionals as a way of saving money and enhancing stockholder value, Cited by: Impact of managed care on use and costs.
Almost no empirical work has been published that describes the effects of managed care on patterns of use of mental health care for members of indemnity by: Models of care and evidence-based practices.
The initial plan for community care, developed by the National Institute of Mental Health and termed the Community Support Program, centrally featured professional case managers, who would coordinate and broker all of the services for people with severe and persistent mental disorders in the community the s and s, many challenges of Cited by: Highlights the value of controversy by using a debate format to present both sides of numerous controversial issues in mental health.
Consists of 19 debates written especially for this volume by experts in the field. The topics were selected to cover a wide range of professional interests in the field of mental health and are grouped into five sections: identifying mental disorders.
US Presidents have struggled with the complex politics of health care reform and universal health care since the beginning of the twentieth century. The debate about the role of the federal government in the funding for avenues of healthcare for the country's citizens can be traced back to the end of the nineteenth century.
The book offers a good history of the ascendancy of managed care organizations in mental health as well as a thoughtful discussion of many of the controversies that have emerged as a result. The use of several prominent treatment modalities (brief group, focused integrative, family, and hypnotherapy) are examined within the requirements of Price: $ Since then, mental health care has been slipping into crisis, and the crisis is largely about money.
Previously, psychologists set fees based on their training and experience, and health insurance companies typically reimbursed patients a portion of that amount. Traditional indemnity plans still. The most recent revision of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) has arrived, and the latest changes have caused divisions among those in the psychiatric community.
So Author: Loren Grush. Managed care has produced dramatic changes in the treatment of mental health and substance abuse problems, known as behavioral health.
Managing Managed Care offers an urgently needed assessment of managed care for behavioral health and a framework for purchasing, delivering, and ensuring the quality of behavioral health care. It presents the. This book provides an overview of managed mental health care, addressing the legal, ethical, and practical issues that today's mental health providers need to know to work successfully within the system.
The editors take an objective view that will help practitioners interact with managed-care systems intelligently and : The History and Impact of Managed Medical Care in the U.S.
7 care” (, p. ), and that in behavioral health services as well as all medical and human services, the success of managed care lies in the effectiveness of the system in screening clients, authorizingFile Size: KB.
The result is a highly informative and surprisingly balanced book that should be read by anyone with a personal or professional stake in how the mental health system provides care to Author: Damon Tweedy. Free Online Library: The Impact of Managed Care on Mental Health Counselors: A Survey of Perceptions, Practices, and Compliance with Ethical Standards.(Statistical Data Included) by "Journal of Mental Health Counseling"; Health, general Psychology and mental health Surveys Managed care plans (Medical care) Evaluation Mental disorders Care and treatment Mental health Ethical aspects Mental.
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Alperin. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 20 Brief Group Psychotherapy and Managed Mental Health Care. By Steven A Cited by: 1. Most assume that the company that provides their medical care also furnishes mental health services.
Managed mental health care, Book noted, is a reaction to the "gross overutilization" of. Care Management Process Tools: 1. Care Management Definition 2. Case Management Definition 3. Care Management Conceptual Framework 4. Outreach Overview 5. CM Component Timeframes and Standards 6.
Initial Health Screen (IHS) Scoring Strategy and health condition list 7. Comprehensive Needs Assessment (CNA) 8. Care Plan Requirements 9. Monitoring File Size: KB. Aversion therapy aims to help people stop undesirable behaviors or habits.
Research is mixed on its uses, and many doctors may not recommend it due to criticism and controversy. Health plans clashed with providers and consumers in their reactions to the CMS' proposal to give states more flexibility in regulating the adequacy of provider networks in Medicaid managed-care Author: Harris Meyer.
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The sun, fresh air and moving around will help your mood as well as your physical health. Mental Illness and the Importance of Proactive Self-Care.
Bipolar Disorder, Mental Health and Self-Care. The controversial proposal aims to introduce the power of compulsory community treatment and is being considered as part of a package of tough new mental health laws.
In the s, the TV movie “Sybil” introduced much of the nation to multiple personality disorder and led to a controversy that continues to shape mental health issues. Today, both journals (eg, Qualitative Health Research) and books are dedicated to qualitative methods in health care, 15 – 17 and a vast literature describes basic approaches of qualitative research, 18, 19 as well as specific information on focus groups, 20 – 23 qualitative content analysis, 24 observation and ethnography, 25 – The United States spends a higher proportion of its GDP on healthcare (19%) than any other country in the world, except for East Timor (Timor-Leste).
The number of employers who offer health insurance is declining. Costs for employer-paid health insurance are rising rapidly: sincepremiums for family coverage have increased 78%, while wages have risen 19% and prices have risen 17%.