The concurrent review takes place while the patient is receiving care while admitted to a facility. The insurance company authorizes a set amount of days. At the end of this period, the therapist provides justification as to why the client needs to stay longer, and (hopefully) the insurance authorizes another chunk of time.This process continues throughout the entire stay.
Most residential treatment centers for youth in California will recommend to bring the following for your teen: Comfortable & Age-appropriate clothing, Approved Prescription Medications, Mementos, and School books & Assignments. Adolescent residential treatment centers in California will have different limitations and requirements and it’s important to clarify what their specific rules are, especially when identifying contraband items.