NNCPAP

National Network of Child Psychiatry Access Programs

TiPS is a Pennsylvania HealthChoices program designed to increase the availability of child psychiatry consultation teams, regionally and by phone, to primary care providers (PCPs) and other prescribers of psychotropic medications. The program is available for children insured by Pennsylvania’s Medical Assistance (Medicaid) Program.

TiPS provides real-time, peer-to-peer resources to the PCPs who need immediate consultative advice for children (up to age 21) with behavioral health concerns. TiPS psychiatrists do not prescribe medications. There is one TiPS team in each of the five HealthChoices zones in Pennsylvania. Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia provides consultation to providers in the Southeast Zone.

2016-PRESENT

James Waxmonsky, MD

jgw17@psu.edu

717-531-8646

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TiPS

TELEPHONIC PSYCHIATRIC CONSULTATION SERVICE

PENNSYLVANIA

 

Number

Population Covered

  • Ages 0-21
  • Statewide Coverage
  • All Providers
  • All Insurance Types

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