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Between the In and Out Doors: Partial Hospitalization Programs

As health care providers bear increased responsibility for their patients in the course of providing better value in the marketplace, we are hearing more about a patient population that concerns many providers most of all—the mental health and substance abuse patient. Approximately one-third of patients with a medical condition have a mental health comorbidity. When these patients present for dual treatment, their medical expenditures go up by nearly 50%.

Publication Name: 
Sg2 Expert Insight
Publication Date: 
Sun, 2012-01-01
Primary Author: 
<p>Jayme Zage, PhD</p>

Partial Hospitalization Stabilization and Integrity Act of 2011 Bill - HR 3442

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112TH CONGRESS
1ST SESSION

H. R. 3442

To amend title XVIII of the Social Security Act with respect to payment
for partial hospitalization services under the Medicare program.

IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
NOVEMBER 16, 2011

Sudden Gains in the Treatment of Depression

This study examines sudden gains (SGs), or rapid improvements in symptoms, among adults in treatment for depression in a partial hospitalization program (PHP). This study identifies the proportion of people who experience SGs in a PHP, when SGs occur in treatment, and the association of SGs with outcomes at the end of treatment. Method: The sample included 664 adults consecutively admitted to a PHP program for treatment of depression.
Publication Name: 
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology
Publication Date: 
Mon, 2011-03-07
Primary Author: 
Walter M. Drymalski and Jason J. Washburn

Suicide Risk Estimation and Management - An update with focus on clinical staff training and policies and procedures

Presented by
James M. Mol, Ph.D.
Program Manager of Adult Outpatient Behavioral Health and Physician Services with Providence Portland Medical Center

Date: 
Nov 4 2010 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Time: 
3 - 4 pm EST
Member Price: 
$ 150
Non-Member Price: 
$ 175

Short-Term Cognitive Behavioral Partial Hospital Treatment: A Pilot Study

Objective. Brief, cost-contained, and effective psychiatric treatments benefit patients and public health. This
naturalistic pilot study examined the effectiveness of a 2-week, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) oriented
partial hospital program. Methods. Study participants were 57 patients with mood, anxiety, and/or personality
disorders receiving treatment in a private psychiatric partial hospital (PH) setting. A flexible treatment model
was used that adapts evidence-based CBT treatment interventions to the PH context with emphases on psychoeducation

Publication Name: 
Journal of Psychiatric Practice
Publication Date: 
Sat, 2007-09-01
Primary Author: 
EDMUND C. NEUHAUS, PhD, ABPP; MICHAEL CHRISTOPHER, PhD; KAREN JACOB, PhD; JULIEN GUILLAUMOT, PhD; JAMES P. BURNS, PhD

Cognitive and Behavioral Changes Related to Symptom Improvement Among Patients with a Mood Disorder Receiving Intensive Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

Objective: To examine the relationship between cognitive and behavioral changes associated with cognitive-
behavioral therapy (CBT) and treatment response in an intensive partial hospital (PH) setting.
Methods: Study participants were 105 patients with mood disorders receiving treatment in a private
psychiatric PH setting. The flexible treatment model used evidence-based CBT interventions adapted
to the PH context, with emphases on psychoeducation and skills training. Participants completed selfreport

Publication Name: 
Journal of Psychiatric Practice
Publication Date: 
Sun, 2009-03-01
Primary Author: 
MICHAEL S. CHRISTOPHER, PhD; KAREN L. JACOB, PhD; EDMUND C. NEUHAUS, PhD, ABPP; TIMOTHY J. NEARY, MA; LAUREN A. FIOLA

Fixed Values and a Flexible Partial Hospital Program Model

Since the 1990s, societal and economic factors have constrained mental health care service delivery
in the United States. Partial hospital (PH) programs have been presented with the challenge of using
limited resources to treat complex patients in very short time frames; yet predominant psychosocial
models and evidence-based treatment approaches have not adjusted sufficiently to the combined
demands of patient care and the new health care environment. An updated PH model can advance

Publication Name: 
Harvard Review of Psychiatry
Publication Date: 
Wed, 2006-02-01
Primary Author: 
Edmund C. Neuhaus, PhD, ABPP

AABH On Your Side!

AABH has been working diligently and aggressively on behalf of the membership to combat the dramatic rate cut for CHMC’s currently proposed by CMS.  The comments submitted to CMS on behalf of the membership can be found here Response to CMS.  Your efforts are also critical so we urge you to follow the recommendations you have been receiving in the Dear Deputy letters.  If you need any of this information sent to you, contact Mickey@aabh.org

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