1 DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF AN INDEX OF DUAL DIAGNOSIS CAPABILITY IN ADDICTION TREATMENT The DDCAT methodology and measure: Background and overview
2 Robert E. Drake, William Torrey, Greg McHugo, Bonnie Wrisley, Keith Miles NH-Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center, Dartmouth Medical School Sam Segal, Dennis Bouffard, Tom Kirk, Arthur Evans, Ken Marcus, Lauren Siembab State of Connecticut Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services Heather Gotham, Ashley Haden Missouri Institute of Mental Health University of Missouri-Columbia Gary Bond Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
3 QUADRANT MODEL FOR CO OCCURRING DISORDERS Substance Use Severity HI III IV LO I II LO HI Psychiatric Problem Severity
4 GENERAL EVIDENCE FOR EFFECTIVE TREATMENT FOR PERSONS WITH CO-OCCURRING DISORDERS Studies of psychiatric severity, generic psychological treatment, and duration of services associated with therapeutic benefits (McLellan et al, 1983: Moos et al, 2001)(Q3) Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment (Drake et al, 1993; Mueser et al, 2003)(Q2) Randomized controlled trials (RCTs) with specific comorbidites (Watts et al, 2004)(Q3)
5 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM Practices for co-occurring disorders are both consensus and evidence-based (CSAT TIP#42). A good deal of progress has been made in mental health settings for persons with severe and persistent mental illnesses, however, this is not the largest segment of persons with co-occurring disorders. Clinicians, programs, agencies and systems are motivated, internally and externally, to improve services for persons with co-occurring psychiatric disorders in addiction treatment programs, and seek specific and objective approaches.
6 SPECIFIC AIMS A. To objectively determine the dual diagnosis capability of addiction treatment services. B. To develop practical operational benchmarks or guidelines for enhancing dual diagnosis capability.
7 TWO EXISTING MEASURES OF DUAL DIAGNOSIS CAPABILITY 1. The Comorbidity Program Audit and Self-Survey for Behavioral Health Services (COMPASS) Adult & Adolescent Program Audit Tool for Dual Diagnosis Capability Ken Minkoff & Christine Cline (2002) Designed for either mental health or addiction programs Leans in the direction of mental health program & SMI clients in utility (Q2)
8 TWO EXISTING MEASURES OF DUAL DIAGNOSIS CAPABILITY (cont.) 2. Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment Fidelity Scale IDDT developed and standardized in MH settings. IDDT model for persons with SMI (Q2) Does not appear to fit in addiction treatment settings according to providers (or IDDT developers) Mueser, Drake et al (2003)
9 SOME DIFFERENCES BETWEEN MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION TREATMENT SYSTEMS AND SERVICES 1) Historic and cultural 2) Levels of care (physical settings) 3) Workforce 4) Evidence-based practices 5) Role of assertive community treatment 6) Persons served (MH: Q1, Q2 & Q4; ATS: Q1, Q3 & Q4)
10 THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF ADDICTION MEDICINE S TAXONOMY (ASAM-PPC-2R, 2001) ADDICTION ONLY SERVICES (AOS) DUAL DIAGNOSIS CAPABLE (DDC) DUAL DIAGNOSIS ENHANCED (DDE)
11 ADDICTION ONLY SERVICES (AOS) Programs that either by choice or for lack of resources, cannot accommodate clients who have psychiatric illnesses that require ongoing treatment, however stable the illness and however well-functioning the client.
12 DUAL DIAGNOSIS CAPABLE (DDC) Programs that have a primary focus on the treatment of substance-related disorders, but are also capable of treating clients who have relatively stable diagnostic or sub-diagnostic cooccurring mental health problems related to an emotional, behavioral or cognitive disorder.
13 DUAL DIAGNOSIS ENHANCED (DDE) Programs that are designed to treat clients who have more unstable or disabling cooccurring mental disorders in addition to their substance-related disorders.
14 THE NEED FOR A RELEVANT DUAL DIAGNOSIS CAPABILITY IN ADDICTION TREATMENT (DDCAT) MEASURE ASAM offers the road map, but no operational definitions for services Fidelity: Adherence to an evidence-based practice or model Fidelity scales: Objective ratings of adherence (e.g. IDDT Fidelity Scale) Need for objective ratings of adherence to consensus clinical guidelines or principles: Index
15 USING THE FIDELITY SCALE METHODOLOGY FOR OBJECTIVE RATINGS OF DUAL DIAGNOSIS CAPABILITY Site visit (yields data beyond self-report) Multiple sources: Chart, brochure & program manual review; Observation of clinical process, team meeting, & supervision session; Interview with agency director, clinicians & clients. Objective ratings on operational definitions using a 5-point scale (ordinal)
16 ENHANCING DUAL DIAGNOSIS CAPABILITY IN A SINGLE STATE S ADDICTION TREATMENT SYSTEM STAGE I STUDY Baseline needs assessment and objective study of actual co-occurring disorder treatment Survey of 456 providers STAGE II PHASE I STUDY Developing an index to more objectively assess programs dual diagnosis capability Instrument construction & field testing for feasibility
17 STAGE I: ADDICTION TREATMENT PROVIDER SURVEY (n=456): SELF-REPORTED PROGRAM TYPE BY ASAM-PPC-2R DUAL DIAGNOSIS CAPABILITY TAXONOMY Addiction Only 54 (12.8%) Dual Diagnosis Capable 238 (60.2%) Dual Diagnosis Enhanced 113 (26.9%)
18 STAGE I FINDINGS: ASAM DUAL-DIAGNOSIS PROGRAM TYPE IS SIGNIFICANTLY CORRELATED WITH REPORTED PRACTICES Prevalence estimates Screening and assessment practices Treatment practices Attitudes Training needs Barriers and resources Workforce characteristics (profession, experience)
19 STAGE II PHASE I: DDCAT FEASIBILITY STUDIES Index (instrument) construction Feedback from experts in dual-diagnosis treatment and research, state agency administrators, addiction treatment providers, and fidelity measure innovators Field testing the DDCAT index 1.0 Site visits and self-assessments Key questions: 1) Is it doable? 2) Does it provide useful information and for whom? 3) How does the index hold up?
20 STAGE II PHASE I: DUAL-DIAGNOSIS PROGRAM TYPE SUMMARY(n=14 agencies; CT & MO) ASAM Category Total % AOS 4 29 AOS/DDC 6 43 DDC 1 7 DDC/DDE 3 21 DDE 0 0
21 DDCAT PSYCHOMETIC PROPERTIES SUMMARY OF FINDINGS Median alpha =.81 (Range.73 to.93) Inter-rater reliability: % agreement = 76% Kappa =.67 (median) Relationship to IDDT fidelity scale: r =.69 (p <.01) (DDCAT scale score r range: Assessment =.33 to Treatment =.82)
22 STAGE II PHASE I: SUMMARY OF FINDINGS 20 programs in NH: Self-assessment 7 programs in CT & 7 in MO: Site surveys Demonstrated feasibility in: - DDCAT ratings feasible using both formats - Useful process for providers and state agency: User-friendly, concrete, self-assessment, identifies specific avenues for change Acceptable psychometric properties
23 STAGE II PHASE II: DDCAT PROJECTS NOW IN PROGRESS 1. Continuing refinement of instrument and establishing psychometric properties (reliability &validity) (Version 2.3) 2. Implementing targeted training and systems change procedures to advance dual-diagnosis capability (e.g. Basic, Advanced). 3. Testing models of enhancing dual-diagnosis capability: Assessment only, assessment plus training, or assessment plus training and ongoing supervision.
24 STAGE II PHASE II: PROJECT DESIGN
25 STAGE III PROPOSALS 1. Broader use of DDCAT (benchmarks, cost data) 2. Agencies ongoing use DDCAT for self-assessment, planning of services, strategic staff training and as measure of change. 3. State leadership: Map the capability of the system, measure change, rational service system design, standards & resource allocation. 4. Link DDCAT with other sources of data (e.g. MIS, actual treatments received, client outcomes). 5. RWJ SAPRP grant application resubmission (#s 2 4): CT, ME, MO, OR, NH & VT (others welcome).
26 THE DUAL DIAGNOSIS CAPABILITY IN ADDICTION TREATMENT INDEX: DDCAT Version 2.3
27 DDCAT INDEX DIMENSIONS I. PROGRAM MILIEU II. CLINICAL PROCESS: ASSESSMENT III. CLINICAL PROCESS: TREATMENT IV. CONTINUITY OF CARE V. PROGRAM STRUCTURE VI. STAFFING VII. TRAINING
28 DDCAT INDEX RATINGS 1 - Addiction only (AOS) Dual Diagnosis Capable (DDC) Dual Diagnosis Enhanced (DDE)
29 PROGRAM STRUCTURE I.A. Primary treatment focus as stated in mission statement Is the stated focus addiction only, primarily addiction (with an acknowledgement of psychiatric problems) or dual diagnosis?
30 PROGRAM STRUCTURE I.B. Organizational certification and licensure What does licensure/certification permit? Are there impediments to providing certain types of services? Are these impediments real?
31 PROGRAM STRUCTURE I.C. Coordination and collaboration with mental health services. How & where are psychiatric services provided? Through relationships or integrated? Are these relationships formalized & documented?
32 PROGRAM STRUCTURE I.D. Financial incentives. How do billing structures limit or incentivize services for persons with addiction and/or psychiatric disorders?
33 PROGRAM MILIEU II.A. Routine expectation of and welcome to treatment for both disorders. What clients are expected and welcomed? How is this reflected in agency documents?
34 PROGRAM MILIEU II.B. Display and distribution of literature and patient educational materials. What kind of information is posted on walls, on display in waiting areas, and included in patient & family handouts and printed materials?
35 CLINICAL PROCESS: ASSESSMENT III.A. Routine screening methods for psychiatric symptoms Are there routines or systems to screen for psychiatric problems? Are screening instruments used?
36 CLINICAL PROCESS: ASSESSMENT III.B. Routine assessment if screened positive for psychiatric symptoms If a client screens positive, are more detailed assessments triggered? Are these assessments formalized & integrated?
37 CLINICAL PROCESS: ASSESSMENT III.C. Psychiatric and substance use diagnoses made and documented If assessments are conducted, are psychiatric diagnoses made in addition to the substance use disorder?
38 CLINICAL PROCESS: ASSESSMENT III.D. Psychiatric and substance use history reflected in medical record. Are the chronologies and treatment course of disorders gathered (and recorded)?
39 CLINICAL PROCESS: ASSESSMENT III.E. Service matching based on psychiatric symptom acuity What happens to clients who present for treatment with stable psychiatric symptoms, or unstable ones?
40 CLINICAL PROCESS: ASSESSMENT III.F. Service matching based on severity of persistence and disability What happens to clients who present with histories or reports of severe and/or persistent psychiatric problems?
41 CLINICAL PROCESS: ASSESSMENT III.G. Stage-wise treatment initial Is stage of motivation assessed and documented? Does it influence what treatment a client gets or how s/he is approached?
42 CLINICAL PROCESS: TREATMENT IV.A. Treatment plans Do treatment plans show an equivalent and integrated focus on both substance use and psychiatric disorders, or do they primarily focus on substance use issues only?
43 CLINICAL PROCESS: TREATMENT IV.B. Assess and monitor interactive courses of both disorders. Are changes and/or progress with status and symptoms of both psychiatric and substance use disorders followed (and noted)?
44 CLINICAL PROCESS: TREATMENT IV.C. Procedures for psychiatric emergencies and crisis management Are there definite protocols for psychiatric crises and/or those at high-risk?
45 CLINICAL PROCESS: TREATMENT IV.D. Stage-wise treatment ongoing Is stage of motivation assessed on an ongoing basis? Can treatment be revised based upon changes in motivation?
46 CLINICAL PROCESS: TREATMENT IV.E. Policies and procedures for medication evaluation, management, monitoring and compliance Are medications acceptable? Are certain medications unacceptable? Are medications routine & integrated?
47 CLINICAL PROCESS: TREATMENT IV.F. Specialized interventions with MH content Are therapies available that focus on addiction only, generic psychological concerns, or focused on specific psychiatric disorders (in addition to substance use treatments)?
48 CLINICAL PROCESS: TREATMENT IV.G. Education about psychiatric disorder and its treatment, and interaction with substance use and its treatment Is information available on how substance use impacts a psychiatric disorder and vice versa?
49 CLINICAL PROCESS: TREATMENT IV.H. Family education and support Are family members provided information on how substance use impacts a psychiatric disorder and vice versa? What kind of support is available for families on these issues?
50 CLINICAL PROCESS: TREATMENT IV.I. Contingency management promoting treatment adherence for both disorders Are contingency management techniques (positive, negative) used to promote abstinence, treatment compliance, or medication compliance?
51 CLINICAL PROCESS: TREATMENT IV.J. Specialized interventions to facilitate use of self-help groups In facilitating the connection to self-help groups, how are psychiatric disorders considered? Are specialized introductions available?
52 CLINICAL PROCESS: TREATMENT IV.K. Peer recovery supports for patient with CODs Are peer supports and role models available for clients with co-occurring substance use and psychiatric disorders? If so, are they on or off site, integrated with programming?
53 CONTINUITY OF CARE V.A. Co-occurring disorder addressed in discharge planning process Is recovery from both psychiatric and substance use disorders considered when developing a discharge plan?
54 CONTINUITY OF CARE V.B. Capacity to maintain treatment continuity How is treatment terminated or continued? Is this equivalent for both addiction and psychiatric disorders?
55 CONTINUITY OF CARE V.C. Focus on ongoing recovery issues for both disorders Are the disorders seen as acute or chronic, short-term or long-term, primary or secondary? How is recovery envisioned and planned?
56 CONTINUITY OF CARE V.D. Facilitation of self-help support groups for COD is documented Is the potential increased self-help linkage difficulty for the person with a psychiatric disorder anticipated and planned for? How is it dealt with?
57 CONTINUITY OF CARE V.E. Sufficient supply and compliance plan for medications is documented How is the need for continued prescribing and supply dealt with?
58 STAFFING VI.A. Psychiatrist or other physician What is the relationship with a psychiatrist, physician, or nurse practitioner (or other licensed prescribers)?
59 STAFFING VI.B. On site staff with mental health licensure Are any staff licensed to provide mental health services?
60 STAFFING VI.C. Access to mental health supervision or consultation What is the arrangement for mental health supervision and/or consultation for non-licensed staff?
61 STAFFING VI.D. Supervision, case management or utilization review procedures emphasize and support COD treatment Is there a protocol to review the progress or process of treatments for psychiatric disorders?
62 STAFFING VI.E. Peer/Alumni supports are available with co-occurring disorders Are role models available for persons with cooccurring addiction and psychiatric disorders?
63 TRAINING VII.A. Basic training in prevalence, common signs and symptoms, screening and assessment for psychiatric disorders Who has basic training in screening & assessment? Is training documented?
64 TRAINING VII.B. Staff are cross-trained in mental health and substance use disorders, Including pharmacotherapies & specialized psychosocial treatments Who is trained? Is staff training guided and monitored?
65 DDCAT INDEX: SCORING AND INTERPRETATION 7 dimension scores: Average (Sum of ratings divided by number of items) Overall DDCAT score: Sum of dimension scores divided by 7) Categorization of program by Overall DDCAT score: AOS, AOS/DDC, DDC, DDC/DDE, DDE Categorization of program by category based upon % of criteria met: Cutoff = 80% or greater Qualitative interpretation and feedback
66 DDCAT INDEX: ADMINISTRATION & FEEDBACK Parallel process to clinical interaction: Respect and tone Assessing organizational stage of readiness Affirmation of strengths; Elicit concerns and/or areas of potential growth and perceived barriers Discuss potential strategies for enhancement Incentives and monitoring
67 Mark P. McGovern Department of Psychiatry Dartmouth Medical School NH-Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center 2 Whipple Place, #202 Lebanon, NH (603) (603) FAX
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