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[Opportunities to Implement Guideline Recommendations on Psychosocial Therapies within the Federal Participation Act (BTHG)].

Authors: Uta, Gühne; Michael, Konrad;

[Opportunities to Implement Guideline Recommendations on Psychosocial Therapies within the Federal Participation Act (BTHG)].

Abstract

The development of treatment guidelines alone does not improve patient care. The implementation of guidelines depends on various conditions, including structural conditions. The update of the S3 guideline "Psychosocial therapies for severe mental illnesses" systematically describes very different psychosocial therapies and reviews their effectiveness. The implementation of the resulting recommendations, which are coordinated in a complex consensus process, is hampered by the structured social legislation in Germany. The present article shows to what extent the recommendations of the update of the S3 Guideline Psychosocial Therapies follow the Federal Participation Act (BTHG).Die Erstellung von Behandlungsleitlinien bewirkt allein noch keine verbesserte Versorgung der Patienten. Die Umsetzung der Leitlinien ist von verschiedenen, u. a. von strukturellen Bedingungen abhängig. Im Update der S3-Leitlinie „Psychosoziale Therapien bei schweren psychischen Erkrankungen“ werden auf systematische Weise sehr verschiedene psychosoziale Therapien aufgegriffen und einer Überprüfung deren Wirksamkeit unterzogen. Die Umsetzung der daraus resultierenden und in einem aufwendigen Konsensusprozess abgestimmten Empfehlungen bleibt durch die gegliederte Sozialgesetzgebung in Deutschland erschwert. Der vorliegende Beitrag zeigt auf, welche Chancen im Bundesteilhabegesetz (BTHG) für die Umsetzung der Leitlinienempfehlungen liegen.

Keywords

Psychotherapy, Evidence-Based Medicine, National Health Programs, Germany, Mental Disorders, Practice Guidelines as Topic, Humans, Guideline Adherence

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