Home visits work for behavioral health patients

November 2008
Patient Education Management;Nov2008, Vol. 15 Issue 11, p129
Academic Journal
The article presents a study by PsycHealth that showed that behavioral health patients' compliance with treatment recommendations increases and their hospital readmissions drops when they received interventions in their home.


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