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Recognizing Impairment

 

Monitoring

For over 30 years the PHP has provided monitoring services to physicians and other medical professionals. Our long-term monitoring approach allows the PHP to collect documentation for recovery activities, which can be then be used to advocate for present and future participants.

After completing an assessment, and if treatment is needed, the PHP will work with a provider to develop an individualized monitoring agreement. While agreements are unique to the individual, most agreements could include:

* Some amendments could be made based on case-by-case basis to insure quality of treatment

  • ​Toxicology Testing
  • On-going therapy
  • Peer monitoring
  • Work place monitoring
  • 12-step meeting attendance (AA/NA/other)
  • Routine check-in calls with the PHP

In addition to the list above, PHP agreements could include attending CME course, having follow up assessments to determine return to work eligibility, and appropriate follow up with health care providers. * Some amendments could be made based on case-by-case basis to insure quality of treatment.

Essential Forms:

      



If you have questions or need more information, contact me!

Kendra E. Parry, MS, CADC, CIP, CCSM
Director, Physicians’ Health Program
Email: php-foundation@pamedsoc.org
Phone: (866) 747-2255 or (717) 558-7819