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.
ArticleOctober 4, 2021A telephone-delivered ‘blended’ model of collaborative care strategy that combined heart failure care management with depression treatment improved quality of…
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22 States Changed Laws Or Policies During The COVID-19 Emergency To Require More Robust Insurance Coverage Of TelemedicineArticleAugust 2, 2021During the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) public health emergency 22 states changed laws or policies to require more robust insurance…
Children In Poverty More Likely To Have Smaller Brain Volume & Slower Growth, Linked To Cognitive & Behavioral Difficulties
ArticleOctober 18, 2021
People With MS & Depression More Likely To Die Over A 10-Year Period Than People With Neither ConditionArticleOctober 11, 2021
Florida Ends Certificate Of Need Requirements For Specialty Medical, Rehabilitation & Psychiatric HospitalsArticleOctober 4, 2021
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