Tag Archives: Treating

Psychotherapy leads in treating post-traumatic stress disorder

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a common, often debilitating mental health condition that occurs in some people who have experienced trauma. It can have a negative impact on mood, mimicking depression, and is characterized by petrifying episodes in which affected people re-experience trauma. New research suggests psychotherapy may provide a long-lasting reduction of distressing symptoms.… Read More »

Pop health platform helps one ACO save $1M in treating disability patients

The nation’s most fragile, at-risk patient populations are adults with disabilities. The Alliance for Integrated Care of New York oversees the healthcare needs of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. It is the only Medicare Shared Savings Program-approved ACO of its kind in the United States. THE PROBLEM The Alliance for Integrated Care of New… Read More »

Dr. Marlene Freeman: MDedge Masterclass on Treating Bipolar Disorder in Women

[unable to retrieve full-text content] In this podcast, Dr. Freeman discusses some of the challenges in treating with bipolar disorder during pregnancy and shares preliminary data on the impact of exposure to atypical antipsychotics from the National Pregnancy Registry for Psychiatric Medications at Massachusetts General Hospital. Masterclass: Marlene Freeman on Treating Bipolar Disorder in Women… Read More »