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Good Grief It's the DSM-5 Quiz

March 7, 2014  | 
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 A recent webinar I attended  generated a lot of anxiety over the DSM-5.  Strangely enough  it was more fiscal  then clinical, as the phrase "diagnosis creep"  was over shadowed  by "revenue cycle interruption". 

Mental healthcare without boundaries: Part 2

March 6, 2014  |  Peter Eggleston
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Rapid advances in video communication and integration technologies expand business opportunities.

Mental healthcare without boundaries: Part 1

March 3, 2014  |  Peter Eggleston
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Curious about the potential benefits of video-based telehealth? Here's how to begin...

Bringing improved health and care to rural America

January 17, 2014  |  Ron Manderscheid, PhD
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Many Americans, including some federal officials, seem to think that the United States consists of the east coast and the west coast linked by a flight on United Airlines. Nothing could be more removed from our actual reality. A huge part of our cultural...

PROBLEM: Added cost for medical patients with treatment resistant major depression SOLUTION: Transcranial magnetic stimulation?

December 4, 2013  |  Alison Knopf
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Pa. health group adopts TMS to cut treatment costs for depressed medical patients.

MHealth and video conferencing lead to better care in rural North Carolina

August 12, 2013  |  Garrett Taylor
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CEO of Uplift Comprehensive Health Services describes the benefits of incorporating mobile high definition video conferencing, including the doctors and clinicians being able to support even the most geographically remote patients, while also being able to...

Rethinking psychiatric diagnosis on the eve of DSM-5: A new paradigm for NIMH

May 7, 2013  |  Tom Doub, Ph.D., CEO, Centerstone Research Institute
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It is time to challenge our current notions of diagnosis and seek a better understanding of the biological foundations of the brain so that we may develop more effective treatments and even cures. If successful, this agenda will move mental health into the...

Should Microsoft’s Xbox Kinect be part of your treatment team?

April 16, 2013  |  Tom Doub, Ph.D.
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Emerging research suggests that a new software program called “SimSensei” may be able to use facial cues and body language to detect depression using Microsoft's Xbox Kinect. ... This is currently an active area of research in several academic centers around...

Community Access and Foothold help NYC tackle psychiatric crises on the streets

March 28, 2013  |  Alison Knopf, Contributing Writer
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Parachute NYC program uses warm lines, mobile teams, respite centers to replace ER visits, save millions

New CPT codes push providers to shorter sessions

March 14, 2013  |  By Alison Knopf, Contributing Writer
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The push toward shorter-term interventions is on. And, says one observer, reimbursement rates are headed down.

Artificial Intelligence in behavioral healthcare: Improving care and reducing cost

March 12, 2013  |  Tom Doub, Ph.D.
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In the coming world of pay-for-performance, will you have what you need to get paid?

Website offers fast self-screening for eating disorders

February 21, 2013  |  Dennis Grantham, Editor-in-Chief
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Free online screening tool, www.MyBodyScreening.org, launched for National Eating Disorders Awareness Week

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