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Research has shown that regularly providing data about how patients are feeling to their therapists helps patients get better faster regardless of the type of therapeutic approach being provided.  As a result, interest in using patient-reported results to improve substance use disorder and behavioral health treatment results has been growing rapidly.

The Joint Commission is requiring that all accredited behavioral healthcare organizations start using patient-reported outcome measures to inform clinical care by January 1, 2018.  Learn what this new standard requires and your options for compliance in this 50-minute webinar:

This 4-page case study shows how implementing measurement-based care with patient-reported data lead to substantially improved treatment of depression and eating disorders at a residential SUD treatment center.  Additionally, it helped the organization with their reaccreditation process and gave the Board of Directors the data they needed to consider a major expansion.  

Research has shown that regularly providing data about how patients are feeling to their therapists helps patients get better faster regardless of the type of therapeutic approach being provided.  As a result, interest in using patient-reported results to improve substance use disorder and behavioral health treatment results has been growing rapidly.