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(p. 369) Collaborating with Healthcare Professionals
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(p. 369) Collaborating with Healthcare Professionals
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Steven M. Tovian

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780190272166.003.0030
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date: 20 September 2017

This chapter highlights and summarizes several specific aspects of collaboration with healthcare professionals in healthcare settings that have and will continue to support professional advancement in independent practice. Several best practices in integration or in collaboration with primary healthcare and tertiary healthcare are described. Successful strategies to use in the marketing of professional services as well as suggestions for developing a professional image in collaborative care are provided. The necessary skills for successful practice in collaborative care are delineated. Ethical parameters for practice in collaborative care are also discussed. Suggested readings are provided to further educate the reader on independent practice parameters and collaborative healthcare.

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