[PC-BH-Integration] Electronic records in collaborative care?
Kessler, Rodger S.
Rodger.Kessler at vtmednet.org
Fri Feb 13 16:24:04 EST 2009
See paper reviewing issues and rules in March Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings. Most of resistance to combing in is a straw man. There are only a couple of regulatory issues that must be respected-psychotherapy notes under HIPPA and CFR rules for sending SA records. We have just moved to combined paper record and development of EMR in Vermont is geared towards an integrated record. R
Rodger Kessler Ph.D. ABPP
Research Assistant Professor
Department of Family Medicine
Center for Translational Science
University of Vermont College of Medicine
Berlin Family Health
Fletcher Allen Healthcare
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Subject: [PC-BH-Integration] Electronic records in collaborative care?
I'm interested in the "shared records" aspect of collaborative care-
particularly electronic records shared between different providers
and/or organizations. How have issues of privacy, consent and record
access (who has access) been addressed, in terms of the behavioral
health content? Has the content of the shared behavioral health data
been limited to medications and diagnoses, or is the complete record
made available to the the primary care physician? What has been the
response from patients? I'm interested in anything on the spectrum
from research papers to personal/anecdotal experiences (most of the
literature I have been able to find on collaborative care and/or EMRs
has not included this information).
Thanks very much.
Jaffy Phillips, MA
Psychotherapist in private practice
Health Policy Intern: Massachusetts Health Data Consortium
MPH student: Boston University School of Public Health
Jaffy at pobox.com
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