The Computerization of Behavioral Healthcare. How to Enhance Clinical Practice, Management, and Communications

  • ID: 2217726
  • Book
  • 308 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The Computerization of Behavioral Healthcare offers practical and comprehensive information about the computer technologies and trAnds that directly influence the clinical practice, management, and communications of behavioral health care.The editors gathered experts in the fields of clinical practice, health care administration, technological change, and public policy to develop this extremely useful, understandable resource. In nontechnical terms, the contributors demonstrate how computers and networked information systems help to contain costs, measure and improve clinical outcomes, and make any behavioral healthcare organization or practice more competitive in the marketplace. In addition, they offer down–to–earth suggestions for overcoming human resistance, and making a smooth transition from a traditional paper system to a high–tech computer operation.
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Foreword

Introduction

Part One: Clinical Practice

1. How Information Technologies Are Transforming Behavioral Healthcare (Marion J. Ball, Judith V. Douglas)

2. Clinical Decision Support Systems(Wallace J. Gingerich, Anthony Brokowski)

3. The Use of Computers in Therapy(Roger L. Gould)

4. Clinical Assessment and Outcomes Measurement(Murray P. Naditch, Kevin L. Moreland)

Part Two: Management

5. The Transition from Paper to Computerized and Interactive Information Systems, (Larry D. Rosen, Michelle M. Weil)

6. Computerization in Group Practices(Peter S. Currie)

7. Computerization in County and Community Mental Health Centers(Tuan D. Nguyen, Gary Olsen)

8. Computerization in Hospital–Based Delivery Systems(Warner V. Slack, Charles Safran, Howard L. Bleich)

9. Computerization in Managed Behavioral Healthcare Companies( William R. Maloney, Eugene D. Hill III)

Part Three: Communications

10. The Need to Know vs. The Right to Privacy(Robert Gellman, Kathleen A. Frawley)

11. The Rapid Growth of Electronic Communication(Michael W. Hurst, William A. Roiter)

12. How to Use the Internet and Electronic Bulletin Boards( Dick Schoech, Katherine Kelley Smith)

13. The Past, Present, and Future of Data Standards(Ronald W. Manderscheid, Marilyn J. HAnderson)
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