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Controversies in managed mental health care

Author: Arthur Lazarus
Publisher: Washington, DC : American Psychiatric Press, ©1996.
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Is another book about managed care really necessary? The answer to this question, like the answers to the 27 questions that form the centerpiece of this book, seems relatively straightforward. It elicits a simple "yes" or "no" and then gives pause to some doubt and consideration. The answer becomes unexpectedly elusive as it invites comment and closer inspection of the question at hand.
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Controversies in managed mental health care.
Washington, DC : American Psychiatric Press, ©1996
(OCoLC)605208156
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur Lazarus
ISBN: 0880481153 9780880481151
OCLC Number: 33439423
Description: xvi, 427 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Are psychiatrists replaceable? / Paul J. Fink --
Is private practice compatible with managed care? / Jay M. Pomerantz [and others] --
What is the role of the primary care physician in managed mental health care? / David S. Brody --
Are practice guidelines useful in managed care? / William Hetznecker --
Can managed care improve mental health outcomes for children and adolescents? / Ronald D. Geraty, Robert J. Fox --
Is public behavioral health care manageable? / Anthony F. Panzetta --
Will academic psychiatry survive managed care? / Michelle B. Riba, Thomas Carli --
How is resistance to managed care manifested? / Arthur Lazarus --
Is managed care ethical care? / James E. Sabin --
When is psychiatric hospitalization required? / Martin G. Allen --
Should the ASAM criteria be adopted as a national standard? / Jonathan D. Book [and others] --
Who decides what is medically necessary? / Armin U. Kuder, Marcia B.F. Kuntz --
How effective is utilization review? / William M. Glazer, Geoffrey V. Gray --
Can research on managed care inform practice and policy decisions? / David Mechanic --
Does managed mental health care offset costs related to medical treatment? / Nicholas A. Cummings --
Can psychotherapy be conducted effectively in managed care settings? / Carol Shaw Austad --
Can psychiatrists be retrained for the future? / Robert K. Schreter, Carol A. Schreter --
What factors should managed behavioral health programs consider when designing their operations? / Monica E. Oss, Mark Tidgewell --
How should the profit motive be used in managed care? / Christine S. Spencer, Richard G. Frank, Thomas G. McGuire --
Can providers and payers collaborate? / William R. Dubin --
Do employers want mental health and substance abuse benefits for their employees? / Dorothy E. Dugger, Paul R. McCarthy, John C. Burroughs --
Can psychiatrists become efficient managers? / Arthur Lazarus --
Can managed competition reform mental health care? / T. Scott Stroup, Robert A. Dorwart --
Does consolidation in health care mean that bigger is better? / Anthony F. Buono, Joseph S. Lombardi --
Will the transition into integrated networks appear seamless? / Michael J. Bennett --
Who will manage the managers? / Stephen J. O'Connor --
Is managed care psychiatry's internecine war? / Arthur Lazarus.
Responsibility: edited by Arthur Lazarus.

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This book is a "second generation" book on managed mental health care that probes areas of uncertainty and tension in the managed care world. Each chapter is framed as a question and addresses a  Read more...

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The editor is to be congratulated for assembling such an authoritative authorship and for exacting such good writing out of his contributors. Lloyd I. Sederer, M.D., American Journal of Psychiatry

 
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