Medication Management

Medication Management Policy

Clients who come to H3 for medication management are required to meet with an H3 therapist once per month. This is to ensure that the client is getting holistic care by combining both necessary parts of mental health treatment. While medication management assists with symptom alleviation, therapy equips individuals with coping strategies, communication skills, and emotional resilience.

Psychiatric Services Expectations Policy

Below are guidelines to be followed when seeking out psychiatric services with H3 - Hope, Healing, and Health Inc:
  • When in crisis situations, please call 911 or go to the closest emergency center
  • For appointments with a no call no show, clients will be charged $150 via the InSync Patient Portal
  • Contact information for a primary care doctor must be documented for medical collaboration
  • At first appointment with our providers for medication management, clients will need to arrive with the following: current medications and dosages, medication records from previous provider if applicable, most recent lab results, and hospital discharge paperwork if applicable
  • Clients are required to be seen, at minimum once every three months, by their prescriber
  • A Credit/Debit card must be stored via our secure system for any missed or late cancellation appointment fees
  • A consent form needs to be filed out if you wish to have any information shared with other practitioners that are not part of H3 - Hope, Healing, and Health Inc.
  • Seven day notice is required for prescriptions refill requests
  • Please allow 48 business hours for providers to reply to messages sent in the portal

Drug Testing Policy

At H3, all clients utilizing long-term controlled substance medication management will have periodic urine drug tests (UDT). Medical experts agree that an annual UDT for all patients should be standard practice. Subsequent UDTs should be determined on an individual patient basis, at the discretion of the clinician.

Urine drug testing (UDT) provides objective information to assist clinicians in identifying the presence or absence of drugs or drug classes in the body and making treatment decisions. This policy details:
  • The appropriate indications and expected frequency of testing for safe medication management of prescribed substances in risk stratified pain management patients and/or in identifying and treating substance use disorders
  • Designates documentation, by the clinician caring for the beneficiary in the beneficiary’s medical record, of medical necessity for, and testing ordered on an individual patient basis;
  • Provides an overview of presumptive urine drug testing (UDT) and definitive UDT testing by various methodologies.
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