Session # B5b October 18, 2014. “Fast Track”: Psychiatrist as Consultant Has Triple Impact on Patient-Centered Medical Home. Susan D. Wiley, MD Vice Chairman, Dept. Psychiatry, Lehigh Valley Health Network Clinical Associate Professor
“Fast Track”: Psychiatrist as Consultant Has Triple Impact onPatient-Centered Medical Home
Susan D. Wiley, MD
Vice Chairman, Dept. Psychiatry, Lehigh Valley Health Network
Clinical Associate Professor
Morsani School of Medicine, University of South Florida
2. Identify the challenges of implementing “Fast Track.”
3. Discuss the value that “Fast Track” offers to patients and their PCPs.
Access to and waiting time for psychiatrist services in a Canadian urban area: a study in real time. GoldnerEM; email@example.com ; Canadian Journal Of Psychiatry. Revue Canadienne De Psychiatrie [Can J Psychiatry] 2011 ; Vol. 56 (8), pp. 474-80.
2. Consultant caseload management. Mathai J; firstname.lastname@example.org; Australasian Psychiatry: Bulletin Of Royal Australian And New Zealand College Of Psychiatrists [Australas Psychiatry] 2007 Feb; Vol.15 (1), pp. 49-51.
3. Identification and management of behavioral/mental health problems in primary care pediatrics: perceived strengths, challenges, and new delivery models.
Davis DW; email@example.com ;Clinical Pediatrics [ClinPediatr (Phila)] 2012 Oct; Vol. 51 (10), pp. 978-82.
4. In need of psychiatric help--leave a message after the beep.
Bridler R; firstname.lastname@example.org
Psychopathology [Psychopathology] 2013; Vol. 46 (3), pp. 201-5.
5. Primary care physicians' and psychiatrists' approaches to treating mild depression. Lawrence RE; email@example.com; ActaPsychiatricaScandinavica [ActaPsychiatrScand] 2012 Nov; Vol. 126 (5), pp. 385-92.
6. Telepsychiatry: videoconferencing in the delivery of psychiatric care.
Shore JH; Department of Psychiatry, University of Colorado Denver, Aurora, USA. firstname.lastname@example.org; The American Journal Of Psychiatry [Am J Psychiatry] 2013 Mar 1; Vol. 170 (3), pp. 256-62.
NOT designed for patients requiring long term comprehensive care:
NOT a “Back Door” into a psychiatrist’s office.
-Types of information collected
-Details who can access their information
-How the information will be used
-How the consent can be revoked/expires
Axis I: Major Depression Recurrent, Moderate
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Axis II: None
Axis III: Degenerative Disc Disease, Chronic Low Back Pain, Hypertension, Hyperlipidemia,
Erectile Dysfunction, Vitamin D. Deficiency
Axis IV: Wife’s dx of Stage 4 Lung Cancer, Son’s severe disability, Financial strain, Phase of Life issues
Axis V: 50
Susan D. Wiley, MD
Vice Chairman, Dept. Psychiatry
Lehigh Valley Health Network
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