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Friday's Progress Notes
Mental Health Information
Sep 2015 - Vol. 19 Issue 9
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TOPIC - PRACTICE MANAGEMENT - ICD-10

CONTENTS:

  1. ICD-10 Code Lookup
  2. Transitioning to the ICD-10-CM
  3. What You Need to Know About DSM-5 and ICD-10-CM
  4. Literature on DSM-5 and ICD-11
  5. Moving Towards ICD-11 and DSM-V: Concept and Evolution of Psychiatric Classification
  6. Transition to ICD-10: What it Entails and Why It's Important to Behavioral Health Providers
  7. The ICD-10 Classification of Mental and Behavioural Disorders - Diagnostic criteria for research
  8. Using DSM-5 in the Transition to ICD-10
  9. Mental, Behavioral and Neurodevelopmental Disorders F01-F99
  10. A Primer For ICD-10-CM Users: Psychological and Behavioral Conditions

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1. ICD-10 Code Lookup
Enter a Code or keyword to conduct your search for ICD-10 Codes. After searching, select an ICD-10 Code link from the results table to populate the corresponding text box and close the pop-up window. Try the tool...
CMS.gov

2.  Transitioning to the ICD-10-CM
On October 1, the ICD-10 coding classification will become the new baseline for clinical data, clinical documentation, claims processing and public health reporting. Learn more...
National Psychologist

3.  What You Need to Know About DSM-5 and ICD-10-CM
This is the first time that many clinicians have had to deal with such a radical overhaul of the diagnostic coding system. Read article...
Psychiatric Times

4.  Literature on DSM-5 and ICD-11
Because the ICD-11 process is at least two years behind DSM-5, with a projected publication date in 2015, there are only a few available articles to give us a glimpse of what is to come. Learn more...
National Center for PTSD

5.  Moving Towards ICD-11 and DSM-V: Concept and Evolution of Psychiatric Classification
With advances in genetics and neurobiology in the future, classification of psychiatric disorders should improve further. The concept, evolution, current status and challenges facing psychiatric classification are discussed in this review. View details...
Indian Journal of Psychiatry


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6. Transition to ICD-10: What it Entails and Why It’s Important to Behavioral Health Providers - Free Download
Answers common questions about ICD-10, including preparation for implementation. View details...
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7.  The ICD-10 Classification of Mental and Behavioural Disorders - Diagnostic criteria for research
WHO publications provide authoritative information and guidance aimed at promoting and protecting health and preventing and controlling disease. The text presented here has also been extensively tested (14), involving researchers and clinicians in 32 countries. The ICD-10 proposals are thus a product of collaboration, in the true sense of the word, between very many individuals and agencies in numerous countries. They were produced in the hope that they will serve as a strong support to the work of the many who are concerned with caring for the mentally ill and their families, worldwide. View details...
World Health Organization (WHO)

8.  Using DSM-5 in the Transition to ICD-10
A Brief Guide to Using DSM-5 in the Transition to ICD-10. DSM-5, unlike previous versions of DSM, contains both ICD-9 and ICD-10 codes. For most behavioral health providers, if you have a DSM-5, you are ready for the transition to ICD-10 on Oct. 1, 2015.  Learn more...
American Psychiatric Association (APA)

9.  Mental, Behavioral and Neurodevelopmental Disorders F01-F99
ICD10Data.com takes the official ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS medical codes and adds millions of cross references between codes to make finding what you need faster and easier then ever before. Learn more...
ICD10Data.com

10.  A Primer For ICD-10-CM Users: Psychological and Behavioral Conditions
Aimed at familiarizing mental health practitioners and training faculty with the basics of the ICD-10, this concise, handy guide is an essential read for psychologists, given that the World Health Organization s International Classification of Diseases (ICD) will become the North American official diagnostic system for mental and behavioral disorders in fall 2015. See the book...
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Friday's Progress Notes
Mental Health Information
December 2014 - Vol. 18 Issue 11
Published by athealth.com


 

CONTENTS

1. Mental Health Parity - Health Affairs
2. Losing Face: How Facebook Disconnects Us - Counseling Today
3. Telemental and Behavioral Health - ATA
4. HIPAA Privacy Rule and Sharing Information Related to Mental Health - hhs.gov
5. DSM-5 Frequently Asked Questions - APA
6. Health Insurance and Mental Health Services | MentalHealth.gov
7. Behavioral Health, Patient Privacy, and the Need to Know - chcf.org
8. Look Before You Leap - Private Practice | Counseling Today
9. Can what we learned about reducing no-shows in our clinic work for you? | Current Psychiatry
10. Cell Phones: The Psychosocial Risks | Innovations in Clinical Neuroscience


1. HEALTH AFFAIRS
Mental Health Parity.
Many factors heighten the need to deliver high-quality care to people with mental health and substance use disorders.

2. COUNSELING TODAY
Losing Face: How Facebook Disconnects Us
The reliance on Facebook for connectivity has raised considerable concerns about its impact on the authenticity of the human experience.

3. AMERICAN TELEMEDICINE ASSOCIATION (ATA)
Telemental and Behavioral Health
According to experts, mental health procedures that are delivered in person can be delivered remotely via telehealth.

4. HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES (HHS)
HIPAA Privacy Rule and Sharing Information Related to Mental Health
Frequently asked questions about sharing protected health information of a patient who is being treated for a mental health condition.

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5. AMERICAN PSYCHIATRIC ASSOCIATION (APA)
DSM-5 Frequently Asked Questions
Many of the changes in DSM-5 were made to better characterize symptoms and behaviors of groups of people who are currently seeking clinical help.

6. MENTALHEALTH.GOV
Health Insurance and Mental Health Services
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) provides one of the largest expansions of mental health and substance use disorder coverage in a generation.

7. CALIFORNIA HEALTHCARE FOUNDATION (CHCF)
Behavioral Health, Patient Privacy, and the Need to Know
Three scenarios that illustrate the challenges of finding the correct balance between privacy and disclosure.

8. VIRTUAL MENTOR
Special Protections for Mental Health Treatment Notes
The electronic medical record has raised a number of new ethical challenges and given new life to some old ones.

9. CURRENT PSYCHIATRY
Can what we learned about reducing no-shows in our clinic work for you?
No-shows contribute to the detriment of the patients' health and the financial well-being of the practice.

10. INNOVATIONS IN CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCE
Cell Phones: The Psychosocial Risks|
While the potential benefits of this technology continue to emerge, so do the potential psychosocial risks.


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Friday's Progress Notes - August 2013
Mental Health Information - Vol. 17 Issue 7
Published by athealth.com - http://www.athealth.com

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1. WORLD PSYCHIATRY
The DSM-5: Classification and Criteria Changes
The DSM-5 was published in May 2013, marking the first major overhaul of diagnostic criteria and classification since the DSM-IV in 1994.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3683251/pdf/wps0012-0092.pdf

2. COUNSELING TODAY
NIMH Announces Project to Replace DSM
The National Institute for Mental Health has launched a plan replace the DSM-5 with a new "Research Domain Criteria (RDoC)" project.
http://ct.counseling.org/2013/05/nimh-announces-project-to-replace-the-dsm/

3. MEDSCAPE
DSM-5 Officially Launched, but Controversy Persists
Not everyone is enthusiastic about the manual's release. (Complimentary site registration required.)
http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/804410

4. MEDSCAPE
A Guide to DSM-5
This is a guide highlighting the major additions and revisions in the new DSM-5 edition. (Complimentary site registration required.)
http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/803884

5. CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCE
HIPAA - Should I Be Worried?
Providers should ensure an understanding of and compliance with HIPAA's regulations.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3552464/

6. AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Omnibus Final Rule Summary
How to implement the new HIPAA requirements necessary by the September 23, 2013, compliance date.
http://www.ama-assn.org/resources/doc/washington/hipaa-omnibus-final-rule-summary.pdf

7. AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION
What You Need to Know about the 2013 CPT® Psychotherapy Codes
As of Jan. 1, 2013, all mental health professionals including psychologists, psychiatrists, nurses and social workers use the same applicable codes for psychotherapy.
http://www.apapracticecentral.org/good-practice/2012-fall.pdf

8. PRIMARY PSYCHIATRY
Managing Your Digital Identity
This easy availability of personal information evokes strong feelings about potential breaches of privacy and raises significant concerns.
http://primarypsychiatry.com/managing-your-digital-identity/