Health Psychology Committee Report: What to Do with 5 Psychologists

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Health Psychology Committee Report: What to Do with 5 Psychologists
Introduction
This paper explores a health care reform plan that mandates increased access to services that most would agree are integral to adequate health care in today’s hospital setting. The objective, whenever the matter turns to how best we can assist patients and address their needs, is a simple one: what organizational shifts and adjustments can we make as an organization to improve patient health care? In a related vein, how can we as an organization reduce hospitalizations and improve adherence to medical regimens? What ensues is a look at what the Health Psychology Committee can do in order to address all of the above concerns; as should be evident, the...
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