Do you know the answers to the following questions?
We know that dementia, delirium and tobacco use disorder are not eligible for GP Mental Health Plans, so what makes relationship problems different?
Are insomnia, neurasthenia and adjustment disorders eligible under a GP Mental Health Plan?
If a patient is referred to a psychologist due to relationship issues but states they do not have a mental illness, do they qualify?
Many GPs find it hard to determine what can be eligible for a GP Mental Health Plan or other Chronic Disease Management plans.
For the answers, please read the detailed information in Paul Soloviev’s article by clicking here