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Mar 1, 2015

Philadelphia needs more behavioral health providers to bring care for body and mind together

How different are your mind and your body? For centuries, health care has treated them separately both in philosophy and practice. Physical ailments were considered different from mental ailments, and they were treated in different ways and by different kinds of practitioners. And just as important, they were reimbursed differently by insurance companies, often with lower limits on payments for behavioral care.

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Jan 22, 2015

More ACOs look to behavioral health

In an effort to treat the whole patient, Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) across the country are finding innovative ways to integrate mental and behavioral healthcare into their programs. While each ACO might approach integration in its own way, experts say the integration of behavioral healthcare in commercial-payer and Medicaid ACOs is only predicted to grow in the years ahead.

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Dec 24, 2014

Who Determines Physician Effectiveness?

It is a paradox. Although physicians do not control patient behavior, physician effectiveness is increasingly determined by patient behavior. There is a trend toward physician ratings being based on specific metrics related to the management of chronic illness. Such markers include glycosylated hemoglobin levels, blood pressure, body mass index, and smoking rates, along with other factors known to affect risk of morbidity and mortality. However, the physician contribution to changing the actual outcomes is limited.

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