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20). Opportunities do exist for psychology in the new health care system. However, we must take a proactive stance, examine our strengths and capabilities, and look toward the future rather than lament the past. As APA's Newman has said, "Psychologists should become well versed in the business of health care and look at ways they can diversify their practices" (cited in Martin, 1998, p. 44). Our book, therefore, is designed to help psychologists gain the insights and develop the tools needed to move forward in the new millennium.
Additionally, other mental health providers, including social workers, counselors, and psychiatrists, may provide many of the same treatment services without the benefit (or the unnecessary cost) of traditional psychological assessment. It is rare for psychologists to receive referrals from other professionals or from the MCO itself expressly to test patients prior to treatment. Although this situation is quite common in managed care, it is by no means universal. Each benefit plan and organizational structurehealth maintenance organization, preferred provider organization, point of service, or exclusive provider organization, to name a fewhas different sets of regulations and benefit packages.
Some managed care companies are developing their own guidelines with the assistance of their clinical staff or consultants. Other companies simply incorporate published treatment guidelines developed by organizations such as the American Academy of Child Psychiatry or the American Psychiatric Association. In either case, psychologists who practice in MCO networks are expected to adhere to the guidelines adapted by the company. Purchasers of care are not only managing the length of treatment and the level of care provided, but also specifying the type of care that they will reimburse.