Quality Standards & Performance Measures
Quality standards allow performance to be measured, and measuring performance is the first step to improving behavioral health care and outcomes for individuals. Visit this library for the latest in performance metrics and quality benchmarks.
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Behavioral Health Network Adequacy Analysis Rate Is Lower Among Regional Health Plans Than National PlansArticleAugust 9, 2021Regional health plans and behavioral health management organizations (BHMO) are least likely to regularly analyze their provider organization networks to…
Metrics & Improvement In Quality Outcomes: Pharmacist’s Corner Section Advisor Interview On PsychU’s Theme For AugustInterviewAugust 4, 2021In this interview, Dr. Megan Ehret, Pharmacist Corner Section Advisor, discusses metrics and quality outcomes. Find out what types of…
Children In Poverty More Likely To Have Smaller Brain Volume & Slower Growth, Linked To Cognitive & Behavioral DifficultiesArticleOctober 18, 2021
InterviewOctober 18, 2021
People With MS & Depression More Likely To Die Over A 10-Year Period Than People With Neither ConditionArticleOctober 11, 2021
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