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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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Perspectives On International Guidelines For Depression

Perspectives On International Guidelines For Depression

Clinical depression is a challenging diagnosis across the world. International Consensus Guidelines have been developed by key thought leaders to share perspectives on management of depression. Join Drs. Mel Noke and Rachel Self, Medical Science Liaisons for Otsuka in Australia and America, respectively, as they moderate a robust discussion between…
Kansas Establishes Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics

Kansas Establishes Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics

On May 3, 2021, Kansas Governor Laura Kelly signed legislation, Senate Substitute for House Bill 2208, to establish the Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) as a new model for providing behavioral health services. The Kansas Department for Disability and Aging Services (KDADS) anticipates that all 26 licensed CMHCs will…

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