mental health problems

The Value of Board-Certified Psychiatric PharmacistsBeing recognized as a BCPP brings professional recognition and credibility as an expert in psychopharmacology and behavioral health matters.
Residency training in psychosocial healthRecently, the American Board of Pediatrics (ABP) cited a critical lack of pediatric residency training for behavioral and mental health problems and proposed more education in preventing, recognizing, and managing these conditions. Here’s why any change needs to start with a hard look at what our priorities are.
Mental healthcare becomes top priority for healthcare execsMultiple factors are moving mental healthcare to a front burner issue in managed care.
Mental health parity: 12 things health execs should knowWe asked four experts what managed healthcare executives need to know about the mental health coverage requirements.
Leverage behavioral health data to provide well-rounded careHistorically, behavioral health data hasn’t been part of the clinical medical record, yet this information can help providers more accurately predict health behaviors.
Clinical Economics: Managing patients with depressionDepression is one of the most common mental health conditions in the United States, according to the National Institutes of Mental Health.
Nurses feeling more stress than everIf nurses have felt overworked and under stress in the past, 2013 is proving to be a particular trying year.