Clinician's Guide to Managed Mental Health Care

  • Norman Winegar
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This book is a text for teaching students about managed mental health care. It provides an overview of how managed mental health-care systems work, how managed care is reshaping the private mental health/substance abuse treatment delivery system, its implications for clinicians everywhere, and how clinicians may work with, not against, managed care to provide advocacy for their clients and prosperity for their practices. "The Clinician's Guide to Managed Mental Health-Care" teaches prospective clinicians how to: select quality managed care programmes or employee assistance programmes (EAPs); manage the utilization management process and procedures; market services to managed care groups; develop new services amenable to managed care systems; learn new EAP models that incorporate managed care features; redesign hospital-based treatment programmes to attract managed care referrals; and advocate for clients within the constraints of managed care systems. Helpful resource directories and other information of practical use to students and clinicians are also included.
What is Managed Care?; Managed Care Basics - Health Maintenance Organizations; Preferred Provider Organizations; Employee Assistance Programmes - Integrating Managed Care Functions; Managed Mental Health Care Systems; Managing the Utilization Management Process; Legal Issues and Utilization Management; Practice Survival in the Era of Managed Care; Implications for Clients and Consumers; Critical Issues.
Uitgavejaar 1992
ISBN 9781560242055
Verschijningsdatum 2 nov. 1992
Auteur(s) Norman Winegar
Bindwijze Paperback
Taal Engels

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