brief intervention

(A)The term “brief intervention” means, after screening a patient, providing the patient with brief advice and other brief motivational enhancement techniques designed to increase the insight of the patient regarding the patient’s alcohol use, and any realized or potential consequences of such use, to effect the desired related behavioral change.

Source

42 USC § 290bb-25b(g)(5)(A)


Scoping language

None: Default is title Scope
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