eBasis Quarter 4 Results

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McLean Hospital, a Harvard School Affiliate, is a recognized expert organization that produces quarterly reports for facilities such as Sovereign Health. Sovereign Health’s patients experienced marked improvements in their symptoms and functional difficulties from admission to discharge, especially in the area of depression, according to a recent quarterly report produced by McLean Hospital.

McLean Hospital’s Quarter 4 report indicated that Sovereign Health’s achieved outstanding scores in all symptom domains and outperformed the national average of 50 other treatment organizations. Data were collected from October through December 2016.

As a national behavioral health network of nine facilities across the country across five states, Sovereign Health also enjoys the distinction of being accredited to provide concurrent treatment for mental health and substance use disorders.

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Figure 1. Mean observed change for Sovereign Health Residential patients (blue bars) relative to the mean expected change for 50 other mental health organizations (yellow bars), October through December 2016.

McLean Hospital determines an organization’s performance based on performance guidelines:

  • Undesirable or does not meet performance guidelines = Z score less than -2.576
  • Expected performance = Z score between -2.576 and +2.576
  • Desirable or excellent performance = Z score greater than +2.576

Based on these guidelines, Sovereign’s Residential Program met or exceeded the performance guidelines.  For all categories [depression/functioning, relationship/interpersonal competence, psychosis, substance abuse, emotional lability (for example, mood swings) and self-harm] and overall, Sovereign’s average performance at the expected performance level; in most instances, Sovereign’s clinical effectiveness surpassed the national average performance.

Figure 2. Average symptom ratings for Sovereign Health’s Residential Program patients (N = 339) relative to 50 non-Sovereign Health treatment facility patients (N = 29,638) at admission and discharge.

McLean Hospital’s report substantiates Sovereign’s high quality of treatment provided to patients with mental health and substance use disorders. Compared to other organizations, Sovereign admitted much sicker patients over the same three-month period. Notably, Sovereign outperformed the national average of 50 other organizations for the following categories:

  • Depression
  • Emotional lability (e.g., mood swings)
  • Psychosis
  • Substance abuse
  • BASIS-24 overall

Sovereign Health’s residential patients reported a decrease of nearly 58 percent in the area of depression and an overall reduction of 52.1 percent, compared to the national average of 37 percent. Sovereign also performed exceptionally well in reducing other self-reported symptoms and functional difficulty at discharge. For example, patients reported a decrease of 70.3 percent in the domain of substance abuse, a 60.8 percent reduction in self-harm and a 57.5 percent decrease in psychosis from admission to discharge.

Figure 3. Average symptom ratings for Sovereign Health’s Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) patients (N = 40) relative to 50 non-Sovereign Health treatment facility patients (N = 29,638) at admission and discharge.

Sovereign Health’s PHP also met the performance guidelines for October through December 2016, with average clinical effectiveness well above the cut-off for acceptable performance. In addition to meeting the criteria across all domains, Sovereign’s PHP exceeded the performance guidelines for overall change (Z = 3.68) and depression (Z = 3.39). For these categories, Sovereign’s average clinical effectiveness surpassed the national average performance of 50 other organizations.

Sovereign’s PHP also admitted much sicker patients than other treatment centers did over the same three-month period. Per the report, Sovereign’s PHP patients achieved a 52.1 percent reduction in their overall symptom severity and functional difficulty, relative to the national average of 37 percent. Patients also reported a 63 percent decrease in the domain of psychosis, a 57.3 percent decrease in depression, and a 63.4 percent reduction in self-harm from admission to discharge.

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A Consistent Track Record of High-Quality Care

McLean Hospital’s recent results confirm Sovereign Health’s consistent profile of superior, high-quality clinical care. The marked improvements in symptom severity and functional difficulties found in the current quarterly report were also detailed in an earlier report covering July through September 2016.

Early data for 2017 shows similar outcomes for Sovereign Health of Rancho San Diego’s adolescent treatment facility. At admission, teenage patients, their parents and clinicians reported functional impairments due to anxiety and depression at admission that were no longer present at discharge. Clinicians reported an average reduction of nearly 63 percent in teenage patients’ depression from intake to discharge.

  • Learn more about Rancho San Diego’s 2017 report here.

Sovereign Health delivers high-quality care for patients who have substance use and behavioral health issues. Sovereign’s comprehensive behavioral health treatment plans are based on measurement-based care to ensure clinical efficacy and the best outcomes for all patients. McLean Hospital’s reports confirm that Sovereign is meeting its commitment to provide cutting-edge and comprehensive treatment to each and every patient who passes through its doors.