Care Coordination & Optimization
Coordinated care is patient-centered care, requiring in many cases systematic change in teamwork, communication, and service integration. PsychU has created this easily searchable online library where you can find the latest resources on how to provide connected care.
A Recovery-Oriented Perspective & Approach To Behavioral Health Care: A Discussion Among A Peer & A Clinical Provider On Treatment Decision Making
Transforming Mental Health Care in the United States-RAND 1/11/2021 Mental Health Systems Solutions ExplorerDownloadable ResourceFebruary 12, 2021Through a series of interviews of mental health experts across the US, including government officials, public administrators, health system executives,…
ArticleMay 17, 2021Investments in behavioral health virtual delivery systems have dwarfed investments in brick and mortar services. In 2020, digital behavioral health…
VideoDecember 7, 2020In this presentation, Melissa Mitchell, PharmD, BCPS, BCPP, BCGP and Andrew Williams, PharmD, BCPP, BCGP address administrative, regulatory, and clinical…
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Maryland & North Carolina Implementing New Laws To Permit Pharmacists To Administer Long-Acting Injectable AntipsychoticsArticleJuly 19, 2021
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