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DSM and Measurement-based care: How has the dust settled?

By November 6, 2013September 8th, 2021No Comments

Between the DSM-5’s recommendation towards measured clinical outcomes, and national healthcare trends that emphasize treatment performance–it seems like everyone is discussing measurement-based care. But which clinical measures should you be using?

Whether you are just starting to think about implementing a process or have been consistently capturing patient progress for years, it is important to understand what measurements to track and how to gather the data to maximize the outcomes of your services.

Below we’ve provided a link to download our article written by Dr. Peter Roy-Byrne, who brings to bear his experience with consistent use of outcome measurements across multiple behavioral healthcare settings, including his private practice, academic research, and in hospitals. It starts with clinical measures, but leads to better performance for your business and patient care!

Author: Dr. Peter Roy Byrne

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