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Articles

Panic Disorder in a Managed Care Environment

Mark Hyman Rapaport, M.D., and Jenny J. Cantor

Published: September 1, 1997

Article Abstract

Practitioners need to work effectively with managed care personnel to provide the best possiblemental health care to patients with panic disorder. To do so, physicians must become familiar with theorganization and administrative principles common to most managed care plans. Specific strategiescan be used when working with managed care personnel. These strategies include using data to demonstratethat effective mental health treatment can reduce the social and economic costs of panic disorder.


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Volume: 58

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