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Resources to Help You Make the Case for Integrated Behavioral Healthcare
Refocused Psychotherapy by Written by father-daughter psychologists Nick and Janet Cummings, this text provides proven patient-responsive interventions by practitioners who together have nearly a century of hands-on practice and innovation between them. Refocused Psychotherapyresponds directly to the recent decline of psychosocial services and helps to put psychotherapy back as the first line intervention in mental health. The authors teach psychotherapists how to work side by side with primary care physicians to provide efficacy, effectiveness, and efficiency--the standards psychotherapeutic intervention is held up to. Detailed case studies are followed up by discussions of diagnosis, personality type, homework, and therapeutic techniques that show readers how to form their own case conceptualizations. The authors also teach readers how to treat their patients individually and to diagnose effectively through their onion/garlic conceptualization. Finally, they provide lists of common abbreviations that are helpful to know when reading prescriptions, and lists of drugs, drug interactions, dosage, and side effects that expand readers' vocabulary and allow them to be more knowledgeable as they work with primary care physicians. These innovative and revealing techniques will help readers develop the skills necessary for cost-effective therapeutic results.
Publication Date: 2012-07-18
Integrating Behavioral Health Into the Medical Home : A Rapid Implementation Guide by The book is divided into three sections: Section 1—Making the Case: The Benefits that may be gained by integrating BH into PCMH. Section 2—The Business Detail: How to hire, train, and manage; business policy and operations. Section 3—Case Studies of Healthcare Organizations that have successfully integrated BH into PCMH, and the models and methods used to achieve the gains they've made.
Publication Date: 2016
Gapenski's Fundamentals of Healthcare Finance, Third Edition by In today's evolving healthcare environment, astute financial management is more important than ever to an organization's economic well-being. Leaders throughout the enterprise--not just financial managers but clinical and operational managers, too-must have a solid grounding in finance to be able to improve care and deliver value. Gapenski's Fundamentals of Healthcare Finance provides a comprehensive introduction to the basic principles and applications of healthcare finance that managers use daily. In clear and succinct language, the book provides readers--from students and entry-level managers to more experienced practitioners with newly added management or financial responsibilities--with a detailed overview of finance topics ranging from planning and budgeting to financial operations, capital investment, and risk analysis. Practice scenarios, examples, self-test questions, sidebars on financial practices in healthcare, and running glossary definitions help bring these topics to life.This book¿s original author, Louis C. Gapenski, PhD, was recognized both nationally and internationally as an expert in healthcare finance. In this new edition, authors Kristin L. Reiter and Paula H. Song further refine Dr. Gapenski's concepts and teachings. In addition to updated examples and statistics, this edition includes new or expanded information on: current community benefit reporting requirements, service line costing, applications of capital investment decision analysis, international financial reporting standards, not-for-profit accounting standards, financial accounting, Healthcare legislation. Gapenski's Fundamentals of Healthcare Finance equips readers with the knowledge, vocabulary, and understanding they need to interpret financial data and to communicate and work effectively with finance leaders in their organizations.
Publication Date: 2018-05-08
Journal Articles, Reports, Etc.
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- Berwick, D. M., Nolan, T. W., & Whittington, J. (2008). The triple aim: Care health, and cost. Health Affairs, 27, 759–769.
- Blumenthal, D., & Abrams, M.K. (2016). Tailoring complex care management for high-need, high-cost patients. Journal of the American Medical Association, 316, 1657–1658.
- Bodenheimer, T., & Sinsky, C. (2014). From triple to quadruple aim: Care of the patient requires care of the provider. Annals of Family Medicine, 12(6), 573–576.
- Cummings, N. A., & VandenBos, G. R. (1981). The twenty years Kaiser-Permanente experience with psychotherapy and medical utilization: Implication for national health policy and national health insurance. Health Policy Quarterly, 1, 159–175
- Davis, K., Abrams, M., & Stremikis, K. (2011). How the Affordable Care Act will strengthen the nation’s primary care foundation. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 26, 1201–1203.
- Farber, E. W., Ali, M. K., Van Sickle, K. S., & Kaslow, N. J. (2017). Psychology in patient-centered medical homes: Reducing health disparities and promoting health equity. The American Psychologist, 72(1), 28-41.
- Friedberg, M. W., Rosenthal, M. B., Werner, R. M., Volpp, K. G., & Schneider, E. C. (2015). Effects of a Medical Home and Shared Savings Intervention on Quality and Utilization of Care. Journal for the American Medical Association Internal Medicine.
- Funderburk, J. S., Fielder, R. L., Demartini, K. S., & Flynn, C. A. (2012). Integrating behavioral health services into a university health centers: Patient and provider satisfaction. Families, Systems and Health, 30, 130–140.
- Healthcare Effectiveness data and Information Set (HEDIS) (2018). Retrieved from https://www.ncqa.org/hedis-quality-measurement/hedis-measures/hedis-2018
- Kathol, R. G., deGruy, F., & Rollman, B. L. (2014). Value-based financially sustainable behavioral health components in patient centered medical homes. Annals of Family Medicine, 12(2), 172–175.
- Kellerman, R., & Kirk, L. (2007). Principles of the patient-centered medical home. American Family Physicians, 76(6), 774–775.
- Koller, C. F., & Khullar, D. (2017). Primary care spending rate-a lever for encouraging investment in primary care. New England Journal of Medicine, 337, 1709–1711.
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- National Committee on Quality Assurance (2014). New version of PCMH and retirement of 2011.
- Nielsen, M., Olayiwola, J. N., Grundy, P., & Shaljian, M. (2014). The patient-centered medical home’s impact on cost and quality: An annual update on the evidence, 2012–2013. Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative.
- Obama, B. (2016). United States health care reform: Progress to date and next steps. Journal of the American Medical Association, 315, 525–532.
- Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. (2010). 111th United States Congress. Washington, D.C.: United State Government Printing Office.
- Peikes, D. N., Reid, R. J., Day, T. J., Cornwell, D. D. F., Dale, S. B., Baron, R. J., … Shapiro, R. J. (2014). Staffing patterns of primary care practices in the comprehensive primary care initiative. The Annals of Family Medicine, 12(2), 142–149.
- Porter, M. E., & Kaplan, R. S. (2016). How to pay for health care. Harvard Business Review. pp. 88–100
- Press, M. J., Howe, R., Schoenbaum, M., Cavanaugh, S., Marshall, A., Baldwin, L., & Conway, P. H. (2016). Medicare payment for behavioral health integration. New England Journal of Medicine, 376, 405–407.
- Rosenthal, T. C. (2008). The medical home: Growing evidence to support a new approach to primary care. Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine, 21(5), 427–440.
- Runyan, C. (2011). Psychology can be indispensable to health care reform and the patient-centered medical home. Psychological Services.
- Runyan, C., Fonseca, V. P., Meyer, J. G., Oordt, M. S., & Talcott, G. W. (2003). A novel approach for mental health disease management: The Air Force Medical Service’s interdisciplinary model. Disease Management, 6, 179–187.
- Savage, A., Lauby, T., & Burkard, J. F. (2014). Examining selected patient outcomes and staff satisfaction in a primary care clinic at a military treatment facility after implementation of the patient- centered medical home. Military Medicine, 178(2), 128–134.
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- Squires, D., & Anderson, C. (2015). U.S. health care from a global perspective: Spending, use of services, prices and health in 13 countries. Commonwealth Fund. Pub 1819, Vol. 15, pp. 1–15.
- Starfield, B., Shi, L., & Mackino, J. (2005). Contributions of primary care to health systems and health. The Milbank Quarterly, 83, 457–502.
The State of Mental Health in America
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- Torrence, N. D., Mueller, A. E., Ilem, A. A., Renn, B. N., DeSantis, B., & Segal, D. L. (2014). Medical provider attitudes about behavioral health consultants in integrated primary care: A preliminary study. Families, Systems and Health, 32, 426–432.