A thought-leadership discussion about the spectrum of suicidality and approaches to clinically assessing risk. In 2020, the CDC estimates, 12.2 million adults seriously thought about suicide, with 1.2 million making an attempt. Their appropriate care management directly impacts member outcomes for health plans and payers. Renowned psychiatrist, Micah Hoffman, MD, DABPN, FAPA, AllMed Behavioral Health Medical Director will lead a discussion with our panel of expert board-certified psychiatrists.
- Edward Spencer, MD – Attending Psychiatrist, UCLA Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital, UCLA Health
- Kyle Jasper, MD – Attending Psychiatrist, LDS Hospital Behavioral Health Access Center, Intermountain Medical Group
- Michael Brennan, PsyD, ABPP – Assistant Department Head, Recruit Evaluation Unit, CAPT James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center
In this webinar you’ll learn about suicidality and societal factors contributing to the rise in suicides and suicidal ideation. The panelists will also share methods for clinical assessment of suicide risk, how to appropriately utilize the various levels of care in treatment, and prevention of suicide. You’ll also hear about how AllMed is helping to meet the need for specialized care with our board-certified psychiatrists, psychiatric sub-specialists, psychologists, and behavior analysts.
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