This article considers the practice of collaborative documentation (CD) for behavioral healthcare providers; the legislative, technological, and philosophical milieu in which it developed; the attributed benefits for providers and clients; and the peer-reviewed research supporting its use. Collaborative documentation has emerged following significant legislative and technological changes in healthcare delivery and shifts toward client-centered healthcare practices including more shared decision-making between clients and practitioners.
Maniss, Suzanne Ph.D., LCDC, NCC and Pruit, Amanda G. LPC
"Collaborative Documentation for Behavioral Healthcare Providers: An Emerging Practice,"
Journal of Human Services: Training, Research, and Practice: Vol. 3
, Article 2.
Available at: https://scholarworks.sfasu.edu/jhstrp/vol3/iss1/2
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