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Payer & Financing Models

By emphasizing quality over quantity, value-based reimbursement and risk-sharing models support patient-centered care while aiming to reduce total health care expenditures. Here you’ll find resources to keep you up to date on the latest in payer and financing concerns.

Featured Resources

2019 Trends In Behavioral Health: A Population Health Manager’s Reference Guide On The U.S. Behavioral Health Financing & Delivery System, 2nd Edition

2019 Trends In Behavioral Health: A Population Health Manager’s Reference Guide On The U.S. Behavioral Health Financing & Delivery System, 2nd Edition

The Second Edition of Trends in Behavioral Health: A Population Health Manager’s Reference Guide on the U.S. Behavioral Health Financing & Delivery System (The Guide) provides information and insights into the multi-layered United States behavioral health system. The Guide includes an in-depth view of current statistics, prevailing issues, and emerging…
Decreases In Exercise Closely Linked With Higher Rates Of Depression During COVID-19

Decreases In Exercise Closely Linked With Higher Rates Of Depression During COVID-19

Decreases in exercise are closely linked with higher rates of depression during coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). From March to July 2020, the average steps of study participants declined from 10,000 to 4,600 steps per day, and rates of depression increased from 32% to 61% overall. This is a 90% increase…

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  • James T. Kenney, RPh, MBA

    Payer Section Advisor

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Request a free educational program for your organization or region today! These customizable PsychU presentations are available both online and in-person, and cover a range of topics including: schizophrenia, major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder, care coordination, quality standards, and more.

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The Neuropsychiatric Inventory: Development & Applications

Diagnostic & Statistical Manual Of Mental Disorders–Fifth Edition (DSM-5): Key Updates VS DSM-IV-TR

Distinguishing Sedation From Efficacy In Antipsychotic Treatment

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