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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Manual of nursing home practice for psychiatrists.
Washington, D.C. : American Psychiatric Association, ©2000
|All Authors / Contributors:||American Psychiatric Association.|
|Description:||xi, 114 pages ; 28 cm|
|Contents:||ForewordPrefaceSection I: Clinical ConsiderationsChapter 1. Nursing homes, mental illness, and the role of the psychiatristChapter 2. Evaluation and management of psychiatric problems in long-term care patientsChapter 3. Sexuality in the nursing homeSection II: Regulatory Aspects -- OBRA, The Minimum Data Set, and Other Regulations That Chapter 4. Affect Nursing Home PracticeChapter 5. The Minimum Data Set (MDS) as a tool for the psychiatristChapter 6. Introduction to OBRA--87 and its implications for psychiatric careSection III: Financial AspectsChapter 7. Documentation, reimbursement, and codingChapter 8. Contracting with nursing homesSection IV: Legal and Ethical IssuesChapter 9. Legal and ethical issuesSection V: Perspectives for the FutureChapter 10. Perspectives for the futureChapter 11. AppendixesChapter 12. Staffing in long-term careChapter 13. Sample preadmission note to a nursing homeChapter 14. Sample form for transfer from a nursing home to a hospital or clinicChapter 15. Minimum Data Set (MDS), Version 2.0Chapter 16. Other scalesSuggested readingIndex|
"This excellent review of nursing home practice is a must read for those psychiatrists interested in an overview of nursing home practice. It contains clinical, legal, and regulatory chapters that