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Real World Treatment Planning

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ISBN-10: 0534596797

ISBN-13: 9780534596798

Edition: 2003

Authors: Daniel W. Johnson, Stephanie J. Johnson

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This workbook is designed to help students learn and apply the skills necessary to construct good care plans in order to survive in today's managed care environments. The workbook focuses on showing students how to plan and properly document their essential activities.
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List price: $149.95
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Wadsworth
Publication date: 7/24/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 240
Size: 8.25" wide x 10.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.232
Language: English

Daniel W. Johnson is Chairman and CEO of Behavioral Health Management Services of New Orleans, Louisiana. He holds a BA in sociology from Louisiana Tech University and has pursued graduate studies in counseling psychology at Louisiana Tech. He has served in senior management positions for various major mental health companies for the last twenty seven years, and currently serves as an independent consultant and manages psychiatric units in freestanding and medical surgical behavioral health units.

Stephanie Jurisich Johnson is a Director for Baptist Memorial Hospital / TENET of Louisiana. She is a Clinical Nurse Specialist and holds a BSN and a Masters Degree in Nursing from Louisiana State University. Her Masters degree has an emphasis on community/mental health nursing. She is a voracious reader.

Introduction
Why Do People Seek Treatment?
What Is a Treatment Plan?
What Is a Continuum of Care?
Why Write Treatment Plans?
Self-Test
Real World Scenarios
Who Pays for Mental Health Care?
The Healthcare Triumvirate
Building a Hospital Does Not Mean You Can Treat a Patient
The Battle to Control Healthcare Costs
Medicaid and Medicare
The Medicaid Program
The Medicare Program
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Special Conditions of Participation for Psychiatric Hospitals
The Bottom Line is the Bottom Line
Self-Test
The Advantages of a Treatment Plan
Is a Treatment Plan Wasted Paper?
How Long Does it Take to Do a Good Plan of Care?
Writing a Good Plan is Tough
Everyone Wins!
The Patient
The Treatment Plan
The Treatment Facility
The Insurance Companies
The Profession
Self-Test
The Diagnostic and Statistics Manual of Mental Disorders
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition, Text Revision
The History of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual
Basic Features of the DSM-IV-TR
Summary
Self-Test
The Diagnosis
Getting It Right!
Admission
The Admission Diagnosis
The Rule-Out or Provisional Diagnosis
Substantiated Diagnosis
Self-Test
Assessments
Let's Get Started!
Who Must Do Evaluations?
Self-Test
Problems
What Is a Problem?
Johnson's Rule
Changing Diagnostic Criteria into Problem Statements
The Problem List
Problem Status
Manifestations
Self-Test
Long-Term and Short-Term Goals
Treatment Goals
Long-Term Goals (LTG)
Long-Term Goal Progression
Problem Statement: Social Isolation
Short-Term Goals (STG)
Problem Statement: Social Isolation
Self-Test
Interventions
What Is the Staff's Role in Treatment?
Problem Statement: Social Isolation
Self-Test
Documentation and Updates
How Do We Measure Patient Progress?
Measuring Progress
Charting Progress Notes
Treatment Plan Updates
Treatment Team Signature Sheet
Self-Test
Discharge Planning
The ABCs of Treatment
Self-Test
Acuity and Patient Severity Scales
What Is a Patient Acuity Scale?
The Use of Rating Scales
Positive and Negative Ordinal Scales
Defining Severity Using the Intensity and Focus of Staff Interventions
Stages of Recovery
Protect
Stabilize
Motivate
Direct
Educate
Reintegrate
Discharge Screens
Self-Test
Measuring Outcomes
The Truth Is Relative
Perception of Treatment Is Reality
Healthcare Perspectives
The Utilization Review Grid
Scoring the Grid
The Utilization Review Grid Score
Self-Test
Treatment Planning Practicum
Transferring Knowledge to Form
Mock Clinical History #1
Reason for Admission
Admission Criteria
Chief Complaint
Presenting Problems
Review of Systems
Past Medical History
Family History
Social Interaction
Mental Status Examination
Recommendations for Treatment
Treatment Modalities to Be Used
Maintain Patient Safety
Exercise: Developing a Treatment Plan
Check Your Work: Finding Problems
List the Problems
Writing Additional Plans
Mock Clinical History #2
Presenting Problems
Chief Complaint
Presenting Problems
Review of Systems
Past Medical History
Family History
Social Interaction
Mental Status Examination
Summary
Initial Treatment Plans
What Is an Initial Treatment Plan?
Initial Care Plans
Self-Test
Forms
Why Use Forms?
Master Treatment Plan Cover Sheet
Assessment of Strengths and Weaknesses
Axis I, II & III Diagnosis Sheet
Axis IV Psychosocial Stressors
Axis V GAF Scale
Master Treatment Plan Problem List
Problem Resolution Plan
Problem Resolution Plan Continuation Sheet
Problem Resolution Plan Update
Treatment Team/Patient Signature Sheet
CMS Standards and Attestation Statements
Self-Test Answers
Glossary
References
Index