New App Easing Behavioral/Medical Integration

If behavioral and medical specialists agree that there needs to be more integration of patient information, why is information commonly still delayed – if it is shared at all – between the two professions? It is a question many psychologists ponder, but few have done anything about until now. A group of practitioners with the […]

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  • Insurer Withdrawals Threaten More with Loss of Coverage

    The individual market for health insurance – where approximately 20 million Americans purchase health policies – is insecure and unstable, according to America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP), a national trade association for approximately 1,300 health insurers. Writing to the Senate Finance Committee, Marilyn Tavenner, CEO and president of AHIP, said, it “clearly faces immediate and […]

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  • Telebehavioral Health is Psychology’s Future

    The practice of having psychologists treat patients in different cities via teleconferencing is not only becoming more common, research is also proving it is more beneficial in some cases. And, thanks to the recent approval from two states this year, the practice of treating patients via teleconferencing across state lines also is moving closer to […]

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