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From the Publisher"A much-needed resource for coping with the technological demands in the rapidly evolving field of behavioral health care."
"A book of major significance about the careful application of computers and information processing to finding solutions to the many challenges posed by the rapid movement toward managed behavioral health care." —Bruce W. Vieweg, M.S., director, Office of Information Systems, State of Missouri Department of Mental Health
"This pathbreaking book shows not only that it is unavoidable that computer science and telecommunication technology are entering the field of behavioral health, but that patients and their families, healthcare personnel and managers may look forward to this development." —W. Gulbinat, acting manager, epidemiological and managerial support, Division of Mental Health and the Prevention of Substance Abuse, World Health Organization
"An essential guide for mental health practitioners. A pioneering, must-read book for the 21st century clinician." —Steven E. Locke, M.D., chief of behavioral medicine, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, and director of psychiatric informatics, Center for Clinical Computing, Harvard Medical School
"There is much in this book that is useful in each area ranging from a compAndium of Internet mental health conference lists to basic definitions of terminology to some subtly sophisticated information on clinical decision support systems (DSSs)." —Reviewed by Rodney L. Lowman, Contemporary Psychology