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OHCA Conference 2019

Psych360’s Nicole Coniglio Invited To Present at OHCA 2019

Our President & Chief Medical Officer, Nicole Coniglio MSN, APRN, PMHNP-BC, ACNP-BC Board Certified Advanced Practice Nurse, has been invited to present at the Ohio Health Care Association’s 2019 Conference held April 29-May 2. Coniglio will be presenting on two topics. Psychiatric illness in Long Term Care: Clinical Management will help attendees discover the importance […]

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Ohio Nursing Homes Psychiatric Health Infographic: November 2019

Ohio Nursing Homes Psychiatric Health Infographic: April 2019

An infographic, created by Psych360, was recently launched displaying data measuring the average percentage of incidents experienced by residents in a Nursing Home including a Skilled Nursing Facility. This infographic provides a tool for Skilled Nursing Facilities to compare how they rank against the state of Ohio averages and national averages in multiple categories of […]

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Psychiatric Services for Assisted Living Facilities

Psych360 Announces New Website Launch

Medina, OH – Psych360, an innovative Psychiatric APRN group serving long-term care facilities in Ohio and Maryland, is proud to announce the launch of their redesigned website at The new site, created by leading web design agency Moon and Owl Marketing, features a streamlined look with improved accessibility and functionality for their audience. “We are excited to have […]

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Psychiatric APRN

The Growing Role of Psych APRN’s

With ailing mental healthcare systems, many adults with mental illnesses go untreated (60% according to a report from USA Today). One thing PMH nurses can do to help a patient is to recognize their need for intervention. Nurses must build a trusting rapport with family and significant others, as well. They play a vital role […]

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Psychotropic Medication

Kent State University White Paper On Psych360 Patients

Psych360 practices the guidelines recommended for non-psychopharmacological interventions and gradual dose reductions as the first line in treating agitated dementia. This means we implement gradual dose reductions of psychiatric medicine. We performed a study with Kent State University to evaluate patient care with gradual dose reductions. Results of the Kent State University Study in Collaboration […]

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alzheimer's rates double

Alzheimer’s Rates Doubling by 2060

It is expected that by 2060 the number of those affected by Alzheimers will have doubled. Currently, it is the 6th leading cause of death in the US. Woman are effected higher than men (12.2% vs 8.6%). African Americans are expected to have the highest inflation. Estimated increases for all are in large part because […]

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cms regulations electronic health records standard format

Proposed Rules Require Electronic Health Data in a Standard Format by 2020

CMS on Monday released proposed rules that require many types of facilities and insurers to provide electronic health data in a standard format by 2020. In two long-anticipated rules, the CMS and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology proposed requiring healthcare providers and insurers to implement open data-sharing technology to ensure […]

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