–Treatment Plans

 

WRITING EFFECTIVE TREATMENT PLANS

This packet will show you how to write treatment plans.  If you are a clinician, this skill is a necessity, even if you do not see insurance clients, because you may still need to write treatment plans when you do coordination of care of with a doctor, school, etc.

We will show you how to use treatment plans for the following:

-When a treatment plan is requested by an insurance company for continued treatment.

-When you need to do coordination of care with therapists, doctors, hospitals, teachers, schools or other providers treating your client.

 We also include samples on how to use treatment plans as an excellent marketing tool.

INCLUDED IN THIS PACKET

-Insurance Definitions

-Words to Use/Words to Avoid when writing treatment plans

-Comparing Long-Term and Short-Term therapy

-Treatment Plan Checklist 

-“Red Flag” Checklist

-Sample initial treatment plan: Phrases to Use

-Sample: Asking for more managed care sessions

-Sample: Letters (clinical and marketing) when you get a referral from therapists, doctors, hospitals, teachers, schools or other providers

 

NOTE:  This information is contained in THE COMPLETE MANAGED CARE PACKET along with sections on Nuts and Bolts of Behavioral Healthcare: A Managed Care Overview, How to write your “Managed Care friendly” resume and cover letter, How to fill out MC/EAP/PPO provider applications, and How to get referrals from insurance companies.

To order THE COMPLETE MANAGED CARE PACKET:   http://franwickner.com/?page_id=540

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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