This edited book introduces clinical neuropsychologists to the concepts and challenges involved in conducting cost outcome research.
"It is uncontestable that this book is without peer. The economic content breaks new ground and in doing so appropriately raises expectations that our clinical services can be shown to produce demonstrable positive cost outcomes. This publication could not be more timely." -- Jerry Sweet, PhD. ABPP, Evanston Northwestern Healthcare and Northwestern University Medical School
"George Prigatano has a knack for focusing on critical professional issues before others recognize their importance. In Clinical Neuropsychology and Cost Outcome Research, Dr. Prigatano has again demonstrated his ability to provide insight into topics changing psychology. By examining the value of neuropsychology, Prigatano and colleagues squarely address the most important challenging issue for the profession. The text provides psychologists with the information needed to join the dialogue on reimbursement as knowledgeable participants and will launch a plethora of other reviews on the value of psychology services. Prigatano's informative volume will set the standard by which others are measured." -- Robert G. Frank, PhD, University of Florida
G.P. Prigatano, Healthcare Economics and Neuropsychology. G.P. Prigatano, L.Y. Zigler, L.D. Rosenstein, The Clinical Neuropsychological Examination: Scope, Cost, and Healthcare Value. M. Sherer, T.A. Novack, Neuropsychological Assessment After Traumatic Brain Injury in Adults. R.M. Ruff, P.M. Richards, Neuropsychological Assessment and Management of Patients with Persistent Postconcussional Disorders. P.S. Complair, R.W. Butler, M.D. Lezak, Providing Psychological Services to Families of Brain Injured Adults and Children in the Present Healthcare Environment. N.H. Pliskin, L.A. Sworowski, Neuropsychological Assessments of Patients with Cerebral Vascular Accidents. J. DeLuca, M.T. Schultheis, Neuropsychological Assessment of Patients who have Undergone Surgical Repair of Anterior Communicating Artery Aneurysms. C.A. Meyers, S.B. Cantor, Neuropsychological Assessment and Treatment of Patients with Malignant Brain Tumors. K.A. Welsh-Bohmer, D.C. Koltai, D.J. Mason, The Clinical Utility of Neuropsychological Evaluation of Patients with Known or Suspected Dementia. D.C. Koltai, D.J. Mason, K.A. Welsh-Bohmer, Neuropsychological Consultation and Training of Family Members of Patients with Dementia. C.B. Dodrill, Neuropsychological Evaluation of Patients with Epilepsy. R. Martin, B. Bell, B. Hermann, S. Mennemeyer, Non-Epileptic Seizures and their Costs: The Role of Neuropsychology. L.A. Humphrey, P. Satz, The Use of Neuropsychological Evaluation in Clarifying the Educational Needs of Children with Learning Disabilities. L. Diller, Y. Ben-Yishay, The Clinical Utility and Cost Effectiveness of Comprehensive (Holistic) Brain Injury Day Treatment Programs. M. Pepping, G.P. Prigatano, Psychotherapy After Brain Injury: Costs and Benefits. B.A. Wilson, J. Evans, Does Cognitive Rehabilitation Work? Clinical and Economic Considerations and Outcome. R.J. Echemendia, M. Lovell, J. Barth, Neuropsychological Assessment of Sports-Related Traumatic Brain Injury. L.L. Thompson, Neuropsychological Assessments of Physicians Whose Competence to Practice Medicine is Questioned. R. Heilbronner, N.H. Pliskin, Clinical Neuropsychology in the Forensic Arena. W.D. Gouvier, P. Lees-Haley, J. Hayes Hammer, The Neuropsychological Examination in the Detection of Malingering in the Forensic Arena: Cost and Benefits. T.M. Kashner, C.M. Cullum, R.I. Naugle, Measuring the Economics of Neuropsychology. G.P. Prigatano, N.H. Pliskin, Postscript: Reflections and Future Directions.