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Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Committee

There are 14 documents on this web page.  At the top to each document is a brief description of it's contents. This set of documents begins on page 64 of a larger set of Kaiser Permanente material.



Page 64, document 1 of Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Committee -  Cover Page - Purpose, Scope, Functions, Structure.
Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Committee document 1 pg 64
Page 65, document 2 of Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Committee -  content provides information on membership of committee and Committee goals for the year 2002.
Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Committee document 2 pg 65
Page 66, document 3 of Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Committee -  Titled Appendix G 2003 Behavioral Health Care Program Description covering; Purpose, Scope/Structure, Inpatient psychiatry services/Program, Outpatient psychiatry services.
Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Committee document 3 pg 66
Page 67, document 4 of Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Committee - Decription of program Adult Services, Child Services, Outpatient Chemical Dependency Services, Chemical Dependency Recovery Programs (CDRP), Psychiatry After Hours Call Center
Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Committee document 4 pg 67
Page 68, document 5 of Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Committee -  Description of the Stanislause Provider Network (SPN), Key Leaders, Chair of the Chiefs of Psychiatry - Regional Director of Inpatient Psychiatry/Utilization, heading for Regional Chief of Quality for Behavioral Health Services.  Job Descriptions of each position.
Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Committee document 5pg 68
Page 69, document 6 of Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Committee - - Continuation of Description of Job Duties of Regional Chief of Quality for Behavioral Health Services, Chair of the Chiefs of Chemical Dependency Services, Regional Mental Health Administrator, the Committees with Accountability - Committees that perform functions in Kaiser described in the Northern California Program Description, Committees with major accountabilities in Behavioral Health.
Page 68, document 4 of Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Committee -Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Committee document 6 pg 69
Page 70, document 7 of Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Committee -  Chart showing the various functions of said Committees, Frequency of meetings, who the membership is comprised of and who they make recommendations to.
Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Committee document 7 pg 70
Page 71, document 8 of Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Committee - Continuation of Committee function chart, Descriptions of Chiefs of Psychiatry, Psychiatry Coordinating Committee (PCC), Integrated Urgent Services Committee (IUS), and beginning of description for Chiefs of Chemical Dependency Services.
Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Committee document 8 pg 71
Page 72, document 9 of Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Committee -  Continuation of description of duties of Chiefs of Chemical Dependency Services, Linkages - Best Practices Steering Committee, Chiefs of Psychology and Social Work Team, Child Psychiatry Team Leads Peer Group, Behavioral Medicine Sub-Chiefs, Regional Pharmacy and Therapeutic Committee (P & T), Medical Center UM Committees, Medical Center Quality Committees.
Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Committee document 9 pg 72
Page 73, document 10 of Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Committee -  Description of Interregional New Technology Committee - Section v (5) Quality/Access Description, their goals, quality improvement activities, the best practices committee description, Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPG's)  and how they are developed.  - method of patient access into this system - there is no approval process, just call them up and you are in the behavioral health system.
Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Committee document 10 pg 73
Page 74, document 11 of Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Committee -  further information on patients self enrolling in behavioral health program - Section VI - Utilization Management and how it is linked with the Kaiser UM core elements as well as the Kaiser program goals and objectives. - Description of Designated Physician -  The Behavioral Health Guidelines - beginning of UM Decisions.
Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Committee document 11 pg 74
Page 75, document 12 of Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Committee -  Continuation of UM decision description,  What the appropriate professionals do and their qualifications, Triage and Referral, Transition of Care, Monitoring Over and Under Utrilization information.
Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Committee document 12 pg 75
Page 76, document 13 of Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Committee -  Continuation of Monitoring Over and Under Utilization,  Section VII (7) - Satisfaction of member and practitioner, Section VIII - (8)  Resources description, Section IX (9) - Evaluation/Review/Approval of the BH Program description.
Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Committee document 13 pg 76
Page 77, document 14 of Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Committee -  Chart showing the structure of the Behavioral Health Committee.
Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Committee document 14 pg 77

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