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Florida Medicaid Psychotherapeutic Drug Management Program for Behavioral Health:

Florida Medicaid Psychotherapeutic Drug Management Program for Behavioral Health Louis De La Parte Mental Health Institute College of Behavioral & Community Sciences MEDICAIDMENTALHEALTH.ORG

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GOAL: Improve the quality of psychotherapeutic drug prescribing Improve patience adherence Reduce clinical risk Program Created by the Florida Legislature – 2005 For Florida Medicaid Beneficiaries

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We engage clinicians at different times and stages of treatment

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Retrospective Strategies Designed to give clinicians feedback on their past prescribing patterns Analysis of pharmacy claims to identify gaps in care and improvement opportunities Database design and development to support reporting to clinicians Quality improvement projects and ongoing monitoring of performance indicators Track changes over time Follow-up activities medicaidmentalhealth.org

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medicaidmentalhealth.org Providing clinicians with potential drug-interaction information State-wide child psychiatry consult call line Prior authorization of antipsychotics and antidepressants Concurrent Strategies Designed to provide clinicians with critical information at the point of care

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Collaborative development & updates of psychotherapeutic guidelines based on a systematic review of the recent literature Guideline dissemination to a broad group of stakeholders Education to increase awareness and compliance with psychotherapeutic medications Creation of Medical Advisory Committee Provide over sight & expertise for implementation of state patient safety initiatives medicaidmentalhealth.org Prospective Strategies Designed to have an impact on future practices of clinicians

Specific Studies & Interventions:

Specific Studies & Interventions Integration of behavioral & medical care One vs. two antipsychotics clinical trial Child antipsychotic registry Clozapine initiative Study of patients with comorbidities & costs Adherence to medication study medicaidmentalhealth.org

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medicaidmentalhealth.org Florida Best Practice Medication Children < 6 Guidelines Updated September 2012 Principles of Practice Regarding Psychotropic Medication Dosing Recommendations for Antipsychotic Medication ADHD Medication Guidelines Anxiety Disorders – NEW- Disruptive Behavior Disorder or Severe Aggression (Ages 3-5) Major Depression Video presentations available @ medicaidmentalhealth.org &

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medicaidmentalhealth.org Florida Best Practice Medication Children & Adolescents ≥ 6 Guidelines Updated September 2012 ADHD Medication Anxiety Disorders – NEW- Bipolar I – Acute or Mixed Mania Chronic Impulsive Aggression Major Depression Post Traumatic Stress Disorder – NEW- Video presentations available on medicaidmentalhealth.org &

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medicaidmentalhealth.org Florida Best Practice Medication Children & Adolescents Additional Guidelines Obsessive Compulsive Disorder for Children 6-17 ~ Updated Sept 2010 Tic Disorders for Children 6-17 ~ Updated Sept 2010 Aggressive & Self-Injurious Behaviors in the Context of Developmental Disabilities for Children ~ Updated April 2009 Video presentations available on medicaidmentalhealth.org &

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medicaidmentalhealth.org Florida Best Practice Medication Guidelines for Adults Updated October 2011 Principles of Practice for Adults Bipolar Disorder – Acute Depression Bipolar Disorder – Acute Mania Bipolar Maintenance Therapy Schizophrenia Major Depressive Disorder – Nonpsychotic Major Depressive Disorder – Psychotic Principles of Practice for Antipsychotic Use in Adults Antipsychotic Polypharmacy: Guidelines for Practice Video presentations available on medicaidmentalhealth.org &

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