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The Inpatient Organizational Self-Study is designed for organizations with a primary focus on inpatient health and behavioral health care settings. These may include more intensive levels of care...

The Joint Commission released a revision of National Patient Safety Goal 15.01.01 in May 2019 with seven new and revised elements of performance applicable to all Joint Commission-accredited...

US Department of Veteran's Affairs, through Rocky Mountain MIRECC for Veterans Affairs Suicide Prevention, has compiled resources to provide support after a suicide event. "Uniting for...

In their Support & Therapy Best Practices Manual, Didi Hirsh Mental Health Services, in Culver City, CA provides information on their support group for those who have...

The Prevention in Primary Care: A Toolkit for Primary Care Clinicians and Leaders provides information summarized for providers speaking to clients about suicide risk, including some...

Tsehootsooi is a hospital in the heart of the Diné Nation that is Tribally-owned and operated. Tsehootsooi distinguishes themselves as a medical center that unites western medicine with the...

Lawton Indian Hospital is an IHS-led Hospital that serves eight Sovereign Nations, providing care for enrolled Tribal members and their families. Through determination and perseverance, the Zero...

The following resources provide guidance on how to optimize workflows and billing practices to better finance the delivery of improved suicide prevention services that align with the Zero Suicide...

Suicide Care Pathway Coding for Primary Care presents codes applicable to a care pathway in primary care systems.

Suicide Care Pathway Coding for Primary and Behavioral Health Care presents codes applicable to a care pathway in primary and behavioral health care systems.

Safer Suicide Care Billing Tip Sheet shares tips for billing for a range of services related to safer suicide care. 

Screening for depression can help identify patients who are at risk for suicide, and a large proportion of patients who are identified with risk for suicide may have depression. This tip sheet...

The National Council for Behavioral Health and the Suicide Prevention Resource Center at Education Development Center have collected quantitative and qualitative data from providers and subject...

This guide lists key elements for sustainability for health and behavioral health care programs implementing Zero Suicide in Indian Country.

The Organizational Self-Study is designed to allow you to assess what components of the comprehensive Zero Suicide approach your organization currently has in place. The following three...

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