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  • 1.Protecting Your Patients from Identity Theft
    Patient identity theft — that is, targeting patients for identity theft in such places as hospitals, psychology practices and multidisciplinary practices — is a growing threat not only to patients but also to providers.
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  • 2.Congress should restore Medicare mental health services cuts
    To protect mental health benefits that Medicare patients receive, Congress should extend for two years the restoration of reimbursement cut from psychologists' and social workers' services and also make psychologists eligible for E&M reimbursement for the services they provide within their licensure. The cost is very low to protect mental health.
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  • 3.Congress should protect patient records privacy in HIT legislation
    Congress should ensure that patient records privacy and security is a cornerstone of any legislation that promotes the development of health information technology (HIT) in the health care system.
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  • 4.Getting into Compliance: The HIPAA Security Rule
    The Security Rule is the latest rule requiring health care provider compliance under HIPAA, the federal law designed to protect the privacy and secure the storage of personally identifiable health-related information in electronic form, which may include patient notes, e-mail with or about patients, and insurance or financial records.
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  • 5.Identity Theft: Take Steps to Minimize Risk
    Reduce your risk of identity theft by protecting electronic and personal information.
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  • 6.The Wellstone-Domenici Mental Health Parity Act of 2008: Questions and answers for psychologists
    Answers about mental health and substance use parity, how the act applies to Medicare and Medicaid patients, network reimbursement and included diagnoses.
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  • 7.Violence in the Media — Psychologists Study TV and Video Game Violence for Potential Harmful Effects
    After seeing violence on television, children may be less sensitive to the pain and suffering of others, more fearful of the world around them, and more likely to behave in aggressive or harmful ways toward others.
    Web Article (November 2013)
  • 8.Congress should enact a mental health parity bill this year
    A strong push is needed to pass a mental health parity bill into law in 2008. The Senate has passed a strong bill, and the House has now passed a similar bill, but time is short. Please urge negotiations now between the House and Senate so that mental health parity can become law this year.
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  • 9.What You Need to Know about Willpower: The Psychological Science of Self-Control
    Willpower is the ability to resist short-term temptations in order to meet long-term goals.
    Web Article (February 2012)
  • 10.Psychologists as Researchers
    Family caregiver research on the consequences of short- and long-term caregiving for Alzheimer’s dementia, breast cancer, developmental disabilities, etc., plus spousal caregiving and cultural and community contexts (e.g., Latino or rural). Profiles of Joseph E. Gaugler, PhD, Debra J. Lobato, PhD, and Gael I. Orsmond, PhD show how this research has positively impacted the field.
    Web Article (January 2011)
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