New Roles for Psychiatrists in Organized Systems of Care provides the reader with a comprehensive view of opportunities, challenges, and roles for psychiatrists who are working for or with new organized systems of care. A complete and frank discussion of the ethical dilemmas for psychiatrists in managed care settings is presented. Also included in this book are chapters on training and identity of the field as well as historical overviews of health care policy. Any psychiatrist working for or with organized care systems will benefit from reading this book, as it helps the reader gain a deeper understanding of the ethical challenges and solutions available. For students and residents, this book provides an overview of work and role opportunities in organized delivery systems, as well as guidance on the important ethical issues that may be encountered.
Publisher: American Psychiatric Association Publishing