The relationship between the INTERMED patient complexity instrument and Level of Care Utilisation System (LOCUS).
a Psychiatry, Child and Adolescent Behavior Health Services , Minnesota Department of Human Services , Willmar , MN , USA.
b Department of Psychiatry , University of Minnesota, Minneapolis , MN , USA.
- Published Article
International journal of psychiatry in clinical practice
- Publication Date
Jul 20, 2017
INTERMED and LOCUS demonstrated shared variance. INTERMED appeared more sensitive to complex medical conditions and severe physiological reactions, whereas LOCUS findings are more strongly related to psychiatric symptoms. Implications are discussed.
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