Behavioral health pamphlets and posters
PRP Media’s behavioral health pamphlet and poster collection is designed to increase response to and recognition of employee assistance programs, mental health agencies, counseling services, work/life services, health services, hospitals, outpatient clinics, substance abuse centers, stress management services, violence prevention programs, screening and referral centers, and military support centers.
Products can be customized to attract new clients, build awareness, increase program referrals, and enhance the organization’s image. New pamphlet titles include Help with Financial Stress and Dealing with Debt and Credit Problems.
Concurrent documentation DVD
National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare offers David Lloyd’s Concurrent Documentation DVDs. The DVDs aim to help organizations improve the quality of life for directcare and support staff, enhance compliance with documentation requirements, and develop the therapeutic alliance with consumers and increase their satisfaction. Organizations learn implement concurrent documentation techniques including details on, management team support, working alliances with consumers, and moving medical team. David Lloyd is president of
MTM Services and a senior National Council Consultant.
Wellness program accreditation
URAC Board of Directors has approved standards and measures for its Comprehensive Wellness Accreditation program. Comprehensive Wellness is a new URAC accreditation program with integrated evaluation and performance measurement components.
The standards and measures were developed by an expert advisory group of employers, health plans, consumer representatives, public benefits organizations, healthcare professional associations, providers, and wellness companies. The program-specific standards fall into five broad categories, creating an evaluation framework for wellness programs that focuses on individual health improvement and risk reduction.
Online personalized physical activity program
HealthMedia Move is intended to help individuals with sedentary to moderately active lifestyles break down barriers to physical activity. The program is designed to help users become more physically active at a gradual pace suited to their own characteristics and health. Move was created to engage people in a daily activity regimen, experience short-term health benefits, and maintain the motivation and commitment to stay active long-term.
The Web-based program gets to know each user through an in-depth interview process to identify appropriate, accessible, and enjoyable activities. It then creates a personalized plan. Visual imagery and messaging throughout the program have been tailored to take on the users’ personal traits and characteristics such as age, gender, and ethnicity; whether they have pets; and their home surroundings, providing users with comprehensive plans.