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Psychiatric Patient Flow: Key Findings and Recommendations

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Words: 5,600


Published: Pre-2014


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This document includes key findings and recommendations from a Best Practices, LLC study designed to provide greater insight into the healthcare administered to psychiatric patients presenting with an episodic crisis. Specifically, the study addressed issues how patients “fall through the cracks” in the healthcare delivery process. In addition, the study looks at what decisions are made along the way and by whom and considers how healthcare could be improved for these critical patients. This 16-page document includes a summary of key findings from the research as well as recommendations on steps hospitals might take to improve psychiatric patients' compliance with treatment.

Industries Profiled:
Health Care


Companies Profiled:
Baylor University Medical Center; Detroit Receiving Hospital; Kona Community Hospital; Medical City Dallas Hospital; North Shore Medical Center (Boston); Oakwood Hospital & Medical Center (Detroit); Oregon Health & Sciences University Hospital; Sharp Mesa Vista Hospital; UCLA Medical Center; University of Colorado Hospital; University of North Carolina Hospitals; University of Rochester Strong Memorial Hospital

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