International Center of Mental Health Policy and Economics
 




PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

Fourteenth Workshop on Costs and Assessment in Psychiatry

THE VALUE OF MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

Venice, Scuola Grande di San Giovanni Evangelista
March 29-31, 2019

 

 
Preliminary Program
 

 

 
FRIDAY, March 29, 2019

 

5.00p.m.  –  6.00p.m.        REGISTRATION

6.00p.m.                            OPENING SESSION

                                           WILLARD MANNING AWARD   

 

SATURDAY, March 30, 2019

 

VALUE OF MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES AND FINANCING

  • Robert P. Roca and Steven S. Sharfstein (USA): Determining the Value of Mental Healthcare Services: A Research Agenda.
  • Rowena Jacobs, María José Aragón, John Brazier, Adriana Castelli, Maria Goddard, Hugh Gravelle, Nils Gutacker, Anju Keetharuth, Russell Mannion, Anne Mason, Philip Powell, Donna Rowen (UK): The Cost and Quality of Mental Healthcare Provision and the Value of Service Quality in the English NHS: A Mixed Methods Study.

Discussant: Benjamin Lê Cook (USA)          E-mail: bcook@cha.harvard.edu


DEPRESSION

  • Hannah König, Hans-Helmut König, Alexander Konnopka (Germany): The Excess Costs of Depression: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.
  • Christina van der Feltz-Cornelis, Leona Hakkaart-van Roijen (UK, NL):Collaborative Care for Major Depressive Disorder. In Which Treatment Setting is its Delivery Most Cost Effective? A Comparison of Studies from the Depression Initiative in the Netherlands.
  • Sirry Alang, Donna McAlpine, Ellen McCreedy (USA): One or Both? Perceived Effectiveness of Medication or Counseling among People with Depression.
  • Ya‘akov M. Bayer, Ze’ev Shtudiner, Oxsana Suhorukov, Nimrod Grisaru (Israel): Time and Risk Preferences, and Consumption Decisions of Patients with Clinical Depression.

Discussant: Harold A. Pincus (USA)          E-mail: Harold.Pincus@nyspi.columbia.edu


MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES I

  • Claire de Oliveira, Joyce Cheng and Rowena Jacobs (Canada): Examining Equity in the Utilization of Psychiatric Inpatient Care among Patients with Severe Mental Illness (SMI) in Ontario, Canada.
  • JinaJun, N. Lee and Y. Rhee (Republic of Korea): Exploring Community Mental Health Services System in Korea: Focusing on Community Mental Health Centers and Social Services.
  • Frédérique C. W. van Krugten, M.A. Boeschoten, S. van Broeckhuysen, J. van Eck van der Sluijs, E. van Ee, S.M. van Es, M. Schoorl, L.M. Tak, W.B.F. Brouwer, L. Hakkaart-van Roijen (NL): Development and Psychometric Evaluation of the Transdiagnostic Decision Tool: Facilitating the Early Identification of Patients with Mental Health Problems in Need of Highly Specialized Care.
  • Parvati Singh, Jangho Yoon, Lonnie Snowden, Bharath Chakravarthy, Tim Bruckner (USA): Psychiatric Emergency Department Visits after Expansion of Community Health Centers.

Discussant: Reinhold Kilian (Germany)          E-mail: reinhold.kilian@uni-ulm.de


COST / EFFECTIVENESS ANALYSIS

  • Linda Davies, Gemma Shields, Elizabeth Camacho, Penny Bee, Helen Brooks, Patrick Callaghan, Lesley-Anne Carter, Claire Fraser, Andrew Grundy, Kathryn Hinsliff-Smith, Oonagh Meade, Anne Rogers, Kelly Rushton, Peter Bower, Karina Lovell (UK): Service User and Carer Co-Delivered Training Programme for Mental Health Professionals to Enhance Involvement in Care Planning: A Cost-Effectiveness Analysis.
  • ·Aileen Murphy, Jane Bourke, Daniel Flynnb, Mary Kells, Mary Joyce (Ireland):A Cost Effectiveness of Dialectical Behaviour Therapy for Treating Individuals with Borderline Personality Disorder in the Community.
  • Christian Brettschneider, Jochen Gensichen, Thomas S. Hiller, Joerg Breitbart, Ulrike Schumacher, Caroline Lukaschek, Tobias Teismnann, Jürgen Margraf, Hans-Helmut König (Germany): Cost-Effectiveness of Practice Team-Supported Exposure Training for Panic Disorder and Agoraphobia in Primary Care: Results from a Cluster Randomized Trial.
  • Jeffrey S. Hoch (USA): Opportunities to Benefit from Net Benefit Regression: Findings from Recently Published Research.

Discussant: Silvia Evers (NL)          E-mail: s.evers@maastrichtuniversity.nl


SUICIDE

  • Elin Vimefall, Mattias Persson, Sara Olofsson, Lars Hultkrantz (Sweden): Is Prevention of Suicide Less Important than Prevention of Other Fatalities? A Comparison of the Value of a Statistical Life for Suicide vs Traffic Fatality Reduction.
  • Christopher M. Doran, Irina Kinchin (Australia): Economic and Epidemiological Impact of Youth Suicide in Countries with the Highest Human Development Index.
  • Irina Kinchin, Christopher Doran (Australia): The Cost of Youth Suicide in Australia.
  • Jaclyn Schess, Yong Yi Lee, David Gunnell, Alexandra Fleischmann, Dan Chisholm (Australia): The Cost-effectiveness of a Suicide Prevention Intervention Restricting Access to Pesticides in India.

Discussant: Christina van der Feltz-Cornelis (UK)          E-mail: christina.vanderfeltz-cornelis@york.ac.uk


MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES II

  • Miguel Xavier,A. Leuschner, Isabel Paixão, Paula Domingos, Fernando Vieira, Pedro Mateus (Portugal): Analysis of Mental Health Policy Implementation: Lessons from the Portuguese Experience.
  • Genevieve Graaf, Lonnie Snowden (USA): State Approaches to Funding Home and Community-Based Care for Non-Medicaid Youth with Complex Behavioral Health Needs.
  • Parvati Singh (USA): Macroeconomic Antecedents of Racial Disparities in Psychiatric Emergency Department Visits.
  • Francesco Longo, Rita Faria, Gillian Parker, Kate Gridley, Fiona Aspinal, Bernard van den Berg, Helen Weatherly (UK): Investigating the Economic Case of a Service to Support Carers of People with Dementia.

Discussant: Carolyn Dewa (USA)          E-mail:csdewa@ucdavis.edu


FINANCING 

  • Vicki Fung, Mary Price, John Hsu, Joseph Newhouse, Benjamin Le Cook (USA):The Impact of Changes in Medicare Financing for Mental Health Care on Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Psychiatric Care.
  • Joran Lokkerbol, Tim Layton, Susan Busch, Jacob Wallace (USA):  Managed Care Plan Effects on People with Mental Illness: Evidence from Random Assignment in New York Medicaid.
  • Benjamin Lê Cook, Andrea Acevedo, Brian Mullin, Ana Progovac, Michael McWilliams (USA): The Impact of Medicare Shared Savings Plan ACOs on Mental Health Care Access and Quality and Disparities in Care.
  • John Hsu, Maggie Price, Vicki Fung, Lidia Moura, Nicole Benson, Deborah Blacker (USA): Behavioral Disturbances in Patients with Dementia Living in the Community: How Fare Racial/Ethnic Minorities and the Poor?

Discussant: Kathleen C. Thomas (USA)          E-mail:kathleen_thomas@unc.edu


CHILDREN 

  • Michelle R. Munson, Victoria Stanhope, Andrea Cole, Shelly Ben-David, Beth Sapiro & Chuck Ingoglia (USA): Feasibility, Acceptability and Impact of a Multi-Component Intervention for Youth with Mental Illnesses.
  • Gillian Mulvale, Ashleigh Miatello, Jenn Green (Canada): Using Experience-Based Co-Design to Improve Transitions from Child to Adult Mental Health Services.
  • Stephen Rocks, Mina Fazel, Apostolos Tsiachristas (UK): Budget Allocation at the Commissioning Level: Does ChildMental Health Lose Out?
  • Lee-Ann Burke (Ireland): Psychological Resilience During the Irish Recession: Evidence from the Growing up in Ireland Study.

Discussant: Ingrid Zechmeister-Koss (Austria)          E-mail:Ingrid.Zechmeister@hta.lbg.ac.at


DIGITAL HEALTH

  • Donald M. Hilty, Allison Crawford, Eva Serhal, Davor Mucic (USA): Telepsychiatry and E-Mental Health: Quality Care, Competencies, Cost Outcomes and an Approach to Evaluating Costs.
  • Haiden A. Huskamp, Alisa B. Busch, Jeffrey Souza, Lori Uscher-Pines, Sherri Rose, Andrew Wilcock, Bruce E. Landon, Ateev Mehrotra (USA): How is Telemedicine Being Used in Opioid and Other Substance Use Disorder Treatment?

Discussant: Ruben Drost (NL)          E-mail: r.drost@maastrichtuniversity.nl


MEASURING PERFORMANCE AND PAYING FOR VALUE IN BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

  • Harold Alan Pincus and Brigitta Spaeth-Rublee (USA): Behavioral Health and the "Quality Measurement Industrial Complex": Bambi Meets Godzilla.
  • Dominic Hodgkin, Constance Horgan, Deborah Garnick, Alisa Busch, Maureen Stewart, Sharon Reif (USA): Pay for Outcomes: How Might It Work in Substance Use Disorder Treatment?
  • Sarah Hudson Scholle (USA): Addressing the Challenges in Addiction Quality Improvement: What Is the Path Forward?

Discussant: Heiden Huskamp (USA)          E-mail: huskamp@hcp.med.harvard.edu


CHILDREN AND PARENTS

  • Tamara Waldmann, Dinc Ü., Saglam G., Stiawa M., Wiegand-Grefe S., Kilian R. (Germany): Costs of Health and Social Services in Children of Mentally Ill Parents in Germany.
  • Ingrid Zechmeister-Koss, Melinda Goodyear, Heinz Tüchler, Jean Paul (Austria):Supporting Children Who Have Mentally Ill Parents in Tyrol: A Multi-Perspective Needs-Analysis for Developing Improved Practice Approaches.
  • Camilla Nystrand, Lars Hultkrantz, Elin Vimefall,Inna Feldman (Sweden): A Model to Estimate the Economic Return for Local Aòuthorities - Parent Management Training Programs for the Prevention of Child Behaviour Problems.
  • Edel Walsh, Aileen Murphy (Ireland): Investigating Life Satisfaction Amongst Irish Parents.

Discussant: Gillian Mulvale (Canada)          E-mail: mulvale@mcmaster.ca


ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF MENTAL DISORDERS

  • Claudia Fischer, Susanne Mayer, Nataša Perić, Judit Simon (Austria) : Valuation Methods in Costing for International, Multi-Sectoral Mental Health Economic Evaluations: A Structured Scoping Review.
  • Dun-Sol Go, Young-Eun Kim and Seok-Jun Yoon (Republic of Korea): A Comparison of the Budget and Burden of Disease of Mental Health: A South Korea Perspective.
  • Alexander Konnopka, Hannah König, Hans-Helmut König (Germany): The Costs of Anxiety Disorders: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.
  • Dennis Wienand, A-La Park, Christoph Wippel, Agata Laszewska,  Ines Stelzer, Susanne Mayer, Guy M. Goodwin, David McDaid, Judit Simon (Austria): The Excess Costs and Resource Use of Physical Comorbidities in Patients with Mental Health Disorders: A Systematic Review.

Discussant: Claire de Oliveira (Canada)          E-mail:Claire.deOliveira@camh.ca


BURDEN OF ILLNESS AND EMPLOYMENT

  • Carolyn S. Dewa, Jeffrey S. Hoch, Karen Nieuwenhuijsen, Sagar Parikh, Judith K. Sluiter (USA): Examining the Relationship Between Depression Symptom Clusters and Work Productivity Loss.
  • Anna Holst, Cecilia Björkelund, Mikael Svensson (Sweden): Economic Evaluation of Care Manager Collaborative Care Programme for Patients with Depression in Swedish Primary Care - 12 Month Follow-up of a Pragmatic RCT Concerning Depression Free Days and Sick Leave Costs.
  • Kathleen C. Thomas, Adele Shartzer, Noelle Kurth, Kathleen McDermott, Madeline Kemp, Jean Hall (USA): State Insurance Policy, Employment Outcomes, and Implications for People with Mental Health Conditions.
  • TamaraWaldmann, Staiger T., Rüsch N., Kilian R. (Germany): Costs of (Mental) Health Service Use in Unemployed People with Mental Health Problems in Germany.

Discussant: Donna D. McAlpine (USA)          E-mail:mcalp004@umn.edu


HEALTH VALUE MEASUREMENT

  • Anju Keetharuth, Donna Rowen and Rowena Jacobs (UK): Obtaining a Measure of Quality of NHS Care in Mental Health Services in the UK by Linking HoNOS and ReQoL-10.
  • Daniela Andrén & Elin Vimefall (Sweden): Well-being and the Willingness to Pay for Intervention Aimed to Decrease Depression.
  • Natalia Y Alfonso, BarlowA, Haroz E. Goklish N, Larzelere F, Cwik M, Bishai D (USA): Quality of Life Living with Suicide Ideation at Age 18-24: Development of Presence-Based Valuesfor Native American Youth in the US using the EQ-5D.

Discussant: Gemma Shields (UK)          E-mail:gemma.shields@manchester.ac.uk


MENTAL AND ADDICTIVE DISORDERS AND JUDICIARY SYSTEM  

  • Gary A. ZarkinandRobert P. Schwartz (USA): The Cost and Impact of Adding Patient Navigation to Methadone Treatment to Facilitate the Transition from Jail to the Community.
  • Gilbert Gonzales, Kyle Gavulic (USA): The Impacts of the Orlando Gun Shooting on the Mental Health of Sexual Minority Adults in the United States.
  • Luca M.M. Janssen, I. Pokhilenko, R.M.W.A. Drost, A.T.G. Paulus, V. Brodzky, A.-L. Park, H.-H. König, L. Salvador-Carulla, J. Simon, S.M.A.A. Evers (NL): Inter-sectoral Costs and Benefits of Mental Health Interventions within Criminal Justice.

Discussant: Miguel Xavier (Portugal)          E-mail: migxavier@gmail.com



SUNDAY, March 31, 2019


COSTS AND BENEFITS

  • Judit Simon, König H-H, Brodszky V, Evers SMAA, Hakkaart-van Roijen L, Serrano Aguilar PG, Salvador-Carulla L, Park A-L, Hollingworth W, Schneider V (Austria): Inter-sectoral Costs and Benefits of Mental Care in Europe: European Research Project PECUNIA.
  • Luca M.M. Janssen, A.T.G. Paulus, R.M.W.A. Drost, C.D. Dirksen, W. Hollingworth, S. Noble, K. Garfield, J.C. Thorn, S.M.A.A. Evers (NL): Resource Use Measurement in Economic Evaluations of Health Care Interventions: A Scoping Review.
  • Irina Pokhilenko, L.M.M. Janssen, A.T.G. Paulus, R.M.W.A. Drost, J. Simon, H.-H. König, V. Brodszky, L. Salvador-Carulla, A.-L. Park, S.M.A.A. Evers (NL): Inter-sectoral Costs and Benefits of Mental Health Interventions within Educational Sector.
  • Gillian Mulvale,Jenn Green, Karl-Johan Johansen, Fiona Wilson, Shaleen Jones, Nick Kates, Ian Arnold(Canada): Integrating Mental Health Peer Support in Clinical Settings: Lesson from Canada and Norway.

Discussant: Jeffrey Hoch (USA)          E-mail: jshoch@ucdavis.edu


SEVERE MENTAL DISORDERS

  • Claire de Oliveira, Tomisin Iwajomo (Canada): Health Care Expenditures of Psychosis in Ontario: An Analysis over Time.
  • Huajie Jin, Stewart Robinson, Sarah Byford (UK): Using Whole Disease Modelling to Evaluate All Key Interventions for Schizophrenia.
  • Valentin Brodszky, Gulácsi L, Netshiombo M, Rashdan O, Evers S, König H-H, Park A-L, Salvador-Carulla L, Simon J (Hungary): Costs Incurred in the Household of Schizophrenic Patients: A Systematic Review.
  • Ágnes Lublóy, Kereszúri Judit Lilla, Németh Attila, Mihalicza Péter (Latvia): Exploring Factors of Diagnostic Delay for Patients with Bipolar Disorder: A Population Based Cohort Study.

Discussant: Joran Lokkerbol (NL)          E-mail: JLokkerbol@trimbos.nl


SOCIOECONOMICS ISSUES AND MENTAL HEALTH    

  • Donna D. McAlpine, Sirry Alang and Carrie Henning Smith (USA): Social Capital and Depressive Symptoms among Older Americans.
  • Jina Jun and N. Lee (Republic of Korea): Exploring Social Networks of People with Severe Mental Illnesses: Utilizing the Social Network Analysis.
  • Daniela Andrén & Nicklas Pettersson (Sweden): Emotional Health During Childhood and Adult Life-Satisfaction.

Discussant: Genevieve Graaf (USA)          E-mail:genevieve.graaf@uta.edu


USER INVOLVEMENT AND RECOVERY

  • Anton Isaacs, Alison Beauchamp, Keith Sutton (Australia): The Outcomes and Cost Effectiveness of Australia’s Partners in Recovery Initiative
  • Gemma Shields, Karina Lovell, Penny Bee, Claire Fraser, Andrew Grundy, Lauren Walker, Lindsey Cree, Dionysios Ntais, Matthew Hamilton, Peter Bower, Patrick Callaghanand Linda Davies (UK): A Discrete Choice Experiment to Measure Mental Health Service User Preferences for Involvement in Care Planning.
  • Ashleigh Miatello, Gillian Mulvale, Heather Bullock, John Lavis, Julia Abelson (Canada): Patient Experience in Health Policy Making: A Framework.
  • Daniela Sangiorgi, Gillian Mulvale, Josina Vink, Sarah McAllister, Laura Warwick, Martha Sneyd, Michelle Farr, Marta Carrera (Canada): Applying Design Approaches to Advance Recovery-Oriented Mental Health Policy.

 Discussant: Sirry Alang (USA)          E-mail:sma206@lehigh.edu


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