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Our provider solutions department provides full-service practice management and consulting to private practices and medical groups all over the U.S.

Our Services

Practice Formation / EIN Number / Business Set Up

Insurance Paneling/Credentialing

Human Resource Management

Medical Billing

Virtual office

Diagnostic Evaluations:

  • A comprehensive assessment of a patient’s psychological functioning, with specific recommendations for treatment and development of goals.

Individual Psychotherapy Sessions:

  • These are multi-modal services delivered to address a patient’s psychological and cognitive difficulties. Typical issues are: depression, anxiety, stress management, chronic pain, loss, grief, and role transition.  Our clinicians practice collaborative care within our facilities, providing feedback and recommendations to staff as well.

Psychotherapy sessions with patient and family

  • These sessions invite a family member or members into the process of learning about symptoms and improving communication.  Caring for an ill family member causes tremendous strain on the entire family system. These sessions can improve caregiver understanding of certain psychological or cognitive conditions, assist with identifying more effective ways of responding to the patient, and assist with improving both caregivers’ and patient’s adjustment to physical difficulties and transition.

Group Psychotherapy Sessions:

  • Psychotherapy delivered in a supportive group setting to address emotional difficulties, and improve coping, communication, and socialization.

Psychological and Neurobehavioral Evaluations:

  • These evaluations include multi-modal assessment to gain diagnostic clarity, assess for mood disturbance, and evaluate cognitive functioning in the areas of memory, attention, organization, executive functioning (planning, decision-making, impulse control), processing speed, language, and visual-spatial functioning.  These assessments include defined treatment goals and specific recommendations to improve mood, behavior, cognitive functioning, and overall quality of life.

Health and Behavioral Assessments and interventions:

  • These address a patient’s physical health issues, re such as symptom management for chronic diseases (e.g. diabetes, arthritis, COPD, heart-disease, obesity, stroke, cancer, etc.) and a patient’s motivation and adherence to medical protocol and treatment.  These interventions identify emotional and cognitive barriers to physical recovery and include delivery of tools to help patients work through these to improve overall health outcomes.

Dementia screening:

  • A comprehensive assessment of a patient’s psychological functioning, with specific recommendations for treatment and development of goals.

Cognitive rehabilitation:

  • After cognitive strengths and areas of improvement are identified with assessment, we can then implement specific cognitive exercises to improve attention, processing speed, mental alertness, memory and problem solving. These exercises can also prevent a decline of cognitive abilities during the aging process.

Pain management services:

  • Chronic pains is present in 75-85% of the elderly population in care facilities (Ferrell, Ferrell, & Osterweil, 1990; Tsang et al., 2008). Having chronic pain greatly increases the potential for the development of depression, anxiety, decreased mobility, and sleep problems.  These services combine research-based behavioral and psychological interventions to help a patient gain mastery over their pain, and reduce dependency on the healthcare system.

Teletherapy services:

  • Teletherapy services provide convenient access to personal counseling through utilizing internet-based video therapy. As we age, we face many stressors including decreased mobility and isolation and loneliness, which can lead to depression. With teletherapy, individuals can engage in counseling in their own environment and at their convenience to address these issues.