Integrated Behavioral Health: A Guide to Expanding Access
Pediatricians are seeing higher rates of anxiety, depression, ADHD, and other behavioral and mental health disorders in kids and teens. However, behavioral health services are often costly, hard to find, and for some families, carry such heavy stigma that your patients may not be getting the care they desperately need.
This can mean that you're left trying to balance well and sick visits with the longer behavioral health visits, which can quickly put pressure on your schedule and your practice's revenue. The solution many pediatric offices are turning to? Behavioral Health Integration (BHI), which promises the best of both worlds: kids get the devoted, specialized care they need when they need it, in an accessible, familiar setting.
In this ebook, we cover the business case for integrating behavioral health, the methods with which to do so, and the strategies to help a pediatric practice succeed, from minor changes to hiring on a specialist, so you can grow your practice and offer care where your patients need it most.
Hiring the Right People
Join Tim Rushford, founder and of owner of pediatric billing service PedsOne, as he explains how to recruit, interview, and retain a strong practice staff.
How to Start a Pediatric Practice: NCE 2019 Follow-up
Join Susanne Madden of The Verden Group and Chip Hart of PCC's Pediatric Solutions Group to learn the optimal way you can start and run a successful pediatric practice.
Getting Your Pediatric Practice Paid
How should you be setting prices for services? You're probably leaving money on the table. Learn how to use RVUs to your advantage.
Why Your Front Desk Has the Most Important Job in Your Practice
Learn what best practices you should implement at your pediatric front desk to maximize efficiency and your staff's time.