Optimizing the Management of TRD
An expert panel shares insight on the future treatment landscape for treatment-resistant depression.
Payer Strategies to Reduce Delay to TRD Therapy
Dr Martin Rosenzweig discusses the importance of data collection to improve patient care in treatment-resistant depression, as well as alternative payment models.
Integrated Policymaking and Measuring Patient Outcomes in TRD
Drs Martin Rosenzweig and Samuel Nordberg share perspectives for integrated policymaking in behavioral health, as well as payer and provider collaboration for treatment-resistant depression.
Navigating Payer Policies for Alternative Therapies in TRD
Carrie Jardine leads a discussion on varying prior authorization policies for alternative therapies for treatment-resistant depression along with implications to patients.
Understanding Billing and Coding for Alternative Therapies in TRD
Key opinion leaders discuss navigation through challenges with appropriate coding for the treatment of patients with treatment-resistant depression.
Benefit Design and Overcoming Barriers to Access for Alternative Therapies in TRD
Carrie Jardine and Martin Rosenzweig, MD, share considerations for benefit design in behavioral health.
Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategies for Intranasal Esketamine in TRD
Experts in behavioral health discuss overcoming barriers to access for alternative therapies for TRD, including the Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy (REMS) requirement for intranasal esketamine.
Alternative Treatment Options for TRD
Dr Patricia Ares-Romero and Dr Martin Rosenzweig discuss treatment strategies for TRD, including alternative therapies, and explain barriers within the health care system that inhibit access.
Effective Care Delivery for TRD
Drs Samuel Nordberg, Patricia Ares-Romero, and Martin Rosenzweig share considerations for effective care delivery for patients with TRD.
Defining Value for TRD Treatment Options
Experts in behavioral health discuss therapeutic options for TRD and considerations for defining value.
Patient Barriers to Accessing Treatment for TRD
Dr Samuel Nordberg and Carrie Jardine discuss barriers to accessing care for patients with TRD and provide insight on addressing these concerns to achieve optimal care.
Approaching Patient Identification for Alternative Therapies for TRD
Dr Samuel Nordberg discusses methods for identifying patients in need of an alternative therapy for TRD at the health system level.
Risk Factors for TRD and Payer Considerations
Patricia Ares-Romero, MD, reviews the frequency of TRD diagnosis and common risk factors, and Martin Rosenzweig, MD, explores patient identification and economic burden of disease.
Defining and Recognizing Treatment-Resistant Depression (TRD)
Samuel Nordberg, PhD, discusses challenges with the definition and identification of TRD in the clinical setting.
Integrated Care and Treatment-Resistant Depression
Closing thoughts regarding a discussion on improving the management of patients with treatment-resistant depression using newer treatment approaches in a more standardized fashion.
Electroconvulsive Therapy for Depression
Insight regarding proper timing to initiate electroconvulsive therapy to help manage depression.
Traditional Classes of Antidepressant Therapies
Dr Patricia Ares-Romero highlights the traditional classes of antidepressant therapies available, reacts to common treatment-related adverse events, and describes when each type of therapy is most appropriate within a patient’s treatment course.
Frontline Psychotherapy for Depression
The appropriateness for initiating psychotherapy, either alone or in combination with other therapies, as frontline treatment for depression.
Treatment-Resistant Depression: Financial Support for Esketamine Therapy
Recommendations that can help clinicians navigate through the reimbursement process and best support patients who receive intranasal esketamine for treatment-resistant depression.
Incorporating Esketamine into Practice for Treatment-Resistant Depression
Additional variables that require consideration if treating appropriate patients with treatment-resistant depression with intranasal esketamine within certified treatment facilities.
Getting Certified to Administer Esketamine for Treatment-Resistant Depression
Requirements that healthcare clinics must satisfy to become a certified treatment center permitted to administer intranasal esketamine to patients with treatment-resistant depression.
Treatment-Resistant Depression: Administering Esketamine to Patients
Best practices that can be applied when working with patients and training staff on proper ways to administer intranasal esketamine therapy for treatment-resistant depression in a supervised medical setting.
REMS Safety Program for Esketamine in Treatment-Resistant Depression
The purpose and impact of the REMS program established to support the integration of intranasal esketamine into clinics that manage treatment-resistant depression.
Response to Esketamine Therapy for Treatment-Resistant Depression
Practical experience regarding the timing and response to intranasal esketamine therapy for treatment-resistant depression.
Monitoring Patients on Esketamine Therapy for Treatment-Resistant Depression
Strategies that can be used to monitor patients on intranasal esketamine therapy for treatment-resistant depression, with special considerations surrounding blood pressure management.
Esketamine for Treatment-Resistant Depression: Patient Selection Criteria
Criteria that can be used to help determine who may or may not be appropriate for intranasal esketamine therapy for treatment-resistant depression.
Intranasal Esketamine for Treatment-Resistant Depression
A description regarding the mechanism of action of intranasal esketamine, a newer therapy for treatment-resistant depression, and current opportunities for use over other treatment options.
Current Guidelines for Managing Treatment-Resistant Depression
An overview of what is currently recommended by the APA guidelines for the management of treatment-resistant depression, with insight regarding topics that need to be revisited and addressed further to help standardize care for patients.
IV Ketamine for Treatment-Resistant Depression
The rationale for treating treatment-resistant depression and other psychiatric conditions with off-label intravenous ketamine.
Prevalence of Treatment-Resistant Depression
Dr Angelos Halaris provides clarity to the definition of treatment-resistant depression and suggests what may contribute to high prevalence rates.
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