Posts for tag: outcomes management




Industry Beat

Evidence-based treatment still a rarity for mental health patients

An item in today's New York Times "Well" blog takes a look at evidence-based treatment and the gap that still exists between research and clinical practice in the mental health field. As an example, writer Harriet Brown points to a 2009 meta-analysis on the use of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), a course of treatment proven effective by a substantial body of research. The study showed that CBT was rare for psychiatric patients in the United States and Great Britain.

Posted by Tridiuum   |   March 25, 2013



Industry Beat

‘One size does not fit all’ when it comes to addiction treatment

This week, New York Times health reporter Jane Brody spoke with William Cope Moyers about his new book on addiction: "Now What? An Insider's Guide to Addiction and Recovery." Moyers describes his own struggles with addiction and his experiences navigating the treatment process. He cautions readers that a 100 percent success rate doesn't exist for any treatment program --no matter how reputable-- so be wary of any program that makes such a promise. And there is no "one size fits all" approach.

Posted by Tridiuum   |   February 14, 2013





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