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245 00 Quality improvement in behavioral health /|cedited by 
       William O'Donohue, Alexandros Maragakis. 
260    Cham :|bSpringer International Publishing,|c2016. 
300    1 online resource (IX, 327 pages 40 illus., 20 illus. in 
       color) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
500    Description based upon print version of record. 
504    Includes bibliographical references at the end of each 
       chapters and index. 
505 0  Introduction : the quality agenda in behavioral health / 
       William O'Donohue and Alexandros Maragakis -- Behavioral 
       health conditions : direct treatment costs and indirect 
       social costs / Erin Grinshteyn and Jeanne Wendel -- The 
       need for quality improvement in behavioral health / 
       Brandon A. Gaudiano, Kristy L. Dalrymple, Catherine 
       D'Avanzato, and Liviu Bunaciu -- Total quality improvement
       : increase quality and efficiency / Jeanne Wendel -- 
       Quality improvement and clinical psychological science / 
       Michael E. Levin and Sarah A. Potts -- The Toyota way / 
       Hiroto Ito -- The business case for quality improvement in
       behavioral healthcare / Robert L. Dyer -- Process mapping 
       to improve quality in behavioural health service delivery 
       / Julie K. Johnson and Deborah Debono -- Ishikawa diagram 
       / Kam Cheong Wong, Kai Zhi Woo, and Kai Hui Woo -- 
       Checklists for quality improvement and evaluation in 
       behavioral health / Lori A. Wingate -- Project planning 
       facilitates effective outcomes / Grace L. Duffy -- The 
       multisystemic therapy® quality assurance/quality 
       improvement system / Sonja K. Schoenwald -- The use of the
       electronic health record in behavioral health quality 
       improvement initiatives / Cassandra Snipes -- Creating a 
       quality improvement system for an integrated care (IC) 
       program : the why, what, and how to measure / Alexandros 
       Maragakis and William O'Donohue -- QI and the APA / 
       Katherine C. Nordal, Raquel Halfond, and Caroline Vaile 
       Wright -- Feedback-informed treatment (FIT) : improving 
       the outcome of psychotherapy one person at a time / Scott 
       D. Miller, Susanne Bargmann, Daryl Chow, Jason Seidel, and
       Cynthia Maeschalck -- Quality improvement and management 
       in correctional mental health / T. Dronet -- Improving the
       quality of care for serious mental illness / Alexander S. 
       Young, Amy N. Cohen, and Karen A. Miotto -- Quality 
       improvement, professional competence, and the American 
       Psychological Association's Ethical principles and code of
       conduct / Alexandros Maragakis and William O'Donohue -- 
       Quality improvement and population behavioral health / 
       Bruce L. Bobbitt and Scott D. Beardsley. 
520    This innovative volume presents a cogent case for quality 
       improvement (QI) in behavioral healthcare as ethical 
       practice, solid science, and good business. Divided 
       between foundational concepts, key QI tools and methods, 
       and emerging applications, it offers guidelines for 
       raising care standards while addressing ongoing issues of 
       treatment validity, staffing and training, costs and 
       funding, and integration with medical systems. Expert 
       contributors review the implications and potential of QI 
       in diverse areas such as treatment of entrenched mental 
       disorders, in correctional facilities, and within the 
       professional context of the American Psychological 
       Association. The insights, examples, and strategies 
       featured will increase in value as behavioral health 
       becomes more prominent in integrated care and vital to 
       large-scale health goals. Included in the coverage: 
       Behavioral health conditions: direct treatment costs and 
       indirect social costs. Quality improvement and clinical 
       psychological science. Process mapping to improve quality 
       in behavioral health service delivery. · Checklists for 
       quality improvement and evaluation in behavioral health. 
       · Creating a quality improvement system for an integrated
       care program: the why, what, and how to measu re. · 
       Feedback Informed Treatment (FIT): improving the outcome 
       of psychotherapy one person at a time. Quality Improvement
       in Behavioral Healthcare gives health psychologists, 
       public health professionals, and health administrators a 
       real-world framework for maintaining quality services in a
       rapidly evolving health landscape. 
650  0 Psychology. 
650  0 Clinical health psychology. 
650  7 Clinical health psychology.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00864355 
650  7 Psychology.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01081447 
650 12 Quality Improvement. 
650 12 Mental Health Services|xorganization & administration. 
650 22 Quality Assurance, Health Care. 
650 22 Outcome Assessment, Health Care 
650 22 Psychotherapy|xeconomics. 
655  0 Electronic books. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
700 1  O'Donohue, William,|eeditor. 
700 1  Maragakis, Alexandros,|eeditor. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aO'Donohue, William|tQuality Improvement 
       in Behavioral Health|dCham : Springer International 
       Publishing,c2016|z9783319262079 
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