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Joint Commission Standard Requires Behavioral Health Organizations to Use Valid Instrument To Track Progress During Treatment

News | June 24, 2019

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The Joint Commission requires accredited behavioral health organizations to adopt “measurement-based care” by assessing every consumer using a validated tool or instrument to track progress during treatment. The results of the assessments are to be used to inform the goals and objectives identified in individual plans of care, treatment or services as needed. Data from…

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