Collaborative Care For Pediatric Behavior Disorders is Cost Effective and Improves Clinical Outcomes

 ADHD in the News 2017-10-12

A random control study determined that doctor-office collaborative care (DOCC) focused on pediatric behavior healthcare services in primary pediatric care settings, not only improves clinical effectiveness of treatment for pediatric patients, but is cost effective during both the initial intervention and post-intervention follow-up periods when compared to patients receiving enhanced usual care (EUC).