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Vets With Schizophrenia, Comorbid Anxiety Have Higher Rates of Other Mental Illness and Greater Service Utilization, Study Finds

Veterans with schizophrenia and a comorbid anxiety disorder have increased rates of other disorders, higher psychiatric and medical hospitalization, and increased utilization of outpatient mental health services, according to the study, “Service Utilization Among Veterans With Schizophrenia and a Comorbid Anxiety Disorder,” published in the APA journal Psychiatric Services in Advance.Researchers from the Department of Veterans Affairs' Serious Mental Illness Treatment Resource and Evaluation Center in Ann Arbor, Mich., examined diagnostic, utilization, and medication records included in the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) National Psychosis Registry. Relationships between schizophrenia and anxiety disorders were evaluated...

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Published By: Psychiatric News - Friday, 25 July, 2014

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