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DSM-5 Diagnosis: Best Practices in a Community Health Center Environment
November 4, 2020

DSM-5 Diagnosis: Best Practices in a Community Health Center Environment

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The Mountain Plains MHTTC, in collaboration with the Association for Utah Community Health (AUCH), hosted a two-part intensive training series on providing DSM-5 Diagnoses in a Community Health Center Environment. Mental health practitioners and primary care providers working in integrated care environments often experience increased pressure to render accurate DSM-5 diagnoses in a short amount of time. This training series provided attendees an opportunity to identify the primary elements in DSM-5 diagnoses and the challenges presented by rendering these diagnoses in a community health center environment.

 


Learning Objectives

  • Identify primary elements in DSM-5 diagnoses.
  • Develop an understanding of necessary documentation.
  • Be able to identify some differences in payer practices.

 


Trainer

Andrew McLean Headshot

Andrew J. McLean, MD, MPH

Chair, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences

 

 

 

 

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