This issue addresses low-volume threshold in 2018 Quality Payment Program rule, reimbursement changes for psychologists, producing a psychology podcast, and disaster response efforts.
This issue addresses prescribing psychologists working in the federal system, high stress times, highmark letters to psychologists, and military sexual trauma.
This issue addresses collaborative and integrated care, health care reform, LinkedIn for psychologist, and Michigan Medicaid limit on psychotherapy.
This issue addresses recent changes to ICD-10-CM codes and remembering James M. Georgoulakis, PhD.
This issue addresses treating post-traumatic stress disorder, electronic health records, aid-in-dying resource for psychologists, and Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Girls and Women.
This issue addresses Missouri psychologists pre-internship training hours, Merit-based Incentive Payment System, mandatory abuse reporting, marijuana use and cognitive processes, and integrated primary care resolution.
This issue addresses Capitol Hill updates, group practice versus going solo as a psychologist, Alaska psychologist Ray M. Droby, and success in advocacy.
This issue addresses working with interdisciplinary teams and using computers to treat schizophrenia.
This issue addresses free integrated health care training, TRICARE reimbursement rate cuts for psychologists, Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act, psychologist who work with low-income clients, and convention sessions for practitioners.
This issue addresses launching a consulting business, free integrated health care training, handling requests for patient records, qualified clinical data registry, and testing data.
This issue addresses complaint challenging Cigna’s national neuropsychological coverage policy, The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act, Medicaid state rules, and bills that boost psychologists’ participation in Medicare.
This issue addresses setting reimbursement rates, tracking your outcomes, what information to disclose when receiving referrals from physicians, Sheila Schuster profile, and life after a disaster.
This issue addresses the American Medical Association/ Specialty Society Relative Value Scale Update Committee survey, Medicaid clients and treating people with diabetes.
This issue addresses psychologists’ payment rates, conscience clause issues and prescriptive authority task force.
This issue addresses Nevada Psychology Medicaid, Current Procedural Terminology codes, the business of social media, and billing for web therapy services.
This issue addresses the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology, expanded mental health care coverage, and Award winners are recognized psychologists honored at the Practice Leadership Conference.
This issue addresses psychologists practicing independently under Medicare, clinical practice guideline on PTSD, health care reform legislation, Cigna's policy for neuropsychological testing, and Rep. Tim Murphy.
This issue addresses postelection stress, starting Medicaid, technology and anxiety, and Ohio's psychology boards.
This issue addresses questions about parity, billing and the ACA, 2017 psychotherapy codes, and Affordable Care Act stories.
This issue addresses the Affordable Care Act, 'Considering Medicaid' and the Idaho Psychological Association.
This issue addresses marketing your practice, the Psychology Political Action Committee, and the Affordable Care Act repeal