What Percentage of Your Patients See You Primarily for Med Checks?


How closely did a recent New York Times article depict psychiatric practices across the country?

A recent New York Times article “Talk Doesn’t Pay, So Psychiatry Turns Instead to Drug Therapy” focuses on the practice of one psychiatrist who-for a variety of reasons-now provides only 15-minute “med checks” for his patients. Psychiatric Times would like to find out how accurately this depiction mirrors the way our readers practice outpatient psychiatry. To that end, we invite you to answer our poll questions. We’ll tabulate and display the results in real time. Thanks for participating. –The Editors

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