Month: November 2013

November 20, 2013

There are three major impacts that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will have on the Behavioral Health Care industry (BHC). First, it will strengthen behavioral health care benefits through stronger and more complete recognition of parity. Second, we will see an increase in the pool of patients on insurance, in particular on Medicaid. This will…
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November 20, 2013

This is Part Two of our ERP introductory webinars; the first explored techniques pertaining to young children with OCD. This session focuses on therapies for adults. By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to: Describe the importance of using ERP specifically for OCD, as opposed to general cognitive-behavior therapy or eclectic principles…
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November 6, 2013

Between the DSM-5’s recommendation towards measured clinical outcomes, and national healthcare trends that emphasize treatment performance–it seems like everyone is discussing measurement-based care. But which clinical measures should you be using? Whether you are just starting to think about implementing a process or have been consistently capturing patient progress for years, it is important to…
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November 5, 2013

This whitepaper acknowledges the arrival of the AMA’s 2013 CPT procedural code book and examines, via appendix, how the new 2013 CPT codes will bring changes that extend beyond the behavioral healthcare provider’s office. The paper addresses the question “How will the code changes affect my practice?”


November 5, 2013

This whitepaper offers a comprehensive guide to Meaningful Use, defining the incentive program and acknowledging how your practice can prepare for successful attestation. The contents of this whitepaper include a breakdown of costs regarding EHR implementation, as well as the important dates to remember over the coming months.


November 5, 2013

This whitepaper examines the importance of measurement based care in psychiatric practice and identifies the most simple, easy-to-use measures for commonly encountered syndromes in ambulatory psychiatry. The paper presents rating scales proven to be useful for clinical practice, and acknowledges the challenge of obtaining them in a consistent fashion. Author: Dr. Peter Roy Byrne


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