If we ensure that SBIRT procedures are reimbursed, can we dramatically increase the use of SBIRT in healthcare settings?
A successful SBIRT program has many moving parts, one of which is the ability to bill and receive reimbursement for the services that you offer.
Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) for Alcohol and Other Drug Use: An Interprofessional Conference
Healthcare providers cannot ignore substance use. Risky substance use causes significant morbidity and premature mortality among all patient populations. Join IRETA and our partners at the University of Pittsburgh for an interprofessional conference in June 2015 on the use of SBIRT. This unique conference will incorporate standardized patients throughout to […]
Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment for risky substance use The state of Louisiana has the highest rate of national guard discharges for illicit drug use. Historically, guard members have paid out of pocket for treatment. The average age of a national guard member is 19 to 20 years […]