In September 2022, the NJPA adopted the APA’s position statement.Read More »
NJPA Board Approved on September 14, 2022 · Position StatementRead More »
NJPA Becomes an Approved Subcontractor of the N.J. Pediatric Psychiatry Collaborative Care Initiative Program designed to expand children’s access to mental healthcare Westfield, N.J. — The New Jersey Psychiatric Association (NJPA) […]Read More »
The New Jersey Psychiatric Association supports the use of telemedicine in psychiatry, which can safely provide access to care when properly used and certain standards are observed. The use of […]Read More »
In light of the legalization of recreational marijuana for NJ citizens age 21 and above, NJPA is focused on the need to protect adolescents and young adults to age 25 […]Read More »
The Prior Authorization process requires physicians to obtain approval from pharmacy benefits plans before payment for medication is approved. This process delays patients’ ability to obtain necessary medication and/or treatment. […]Read More »
According to the CDC, approximately 20% of children and youth suffer from a mental health disorder. Only about 1/3 of those children and youth will receive an appropriate diagnosis and […]Read More »
Issue:In our current healthcare system, the treatment of medical illness and behavioral health conditions, including mental health and substance use disorders, are treated as discrete problems as though they were […]Read More »
NJPA Board approved, September 14, 2016Read More »
As the recognition of mental illness becomes more prevalent, the need for treatment resources at all levels of care becomes increasingly more vital. These resources include, but are not limited to, […]Read More »
In September 2022, the NJPA adopted the APA's position statement.
NJPA Board Approved on September 14, 2022 · Position Statement
NJPA Becomes an Approved Subcontractor of the N.J. Pediatric Psychiatry Collaborative Care Initiative Program designed...
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