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While coordinating care for patients with mental health disorders is critical, it is often challenging—or even overlooked—in the complex U.S. healthcare system. Evidence-based care transition models can significantly improve outcomes, especially in emergency department settings.
The question is not so much if digital healthcare services will expand, but rather which ones will succeed and by how much. To understand how to evaluate innovation, we should look back on some lessons from recent history.
Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation president and CEO Mark Mishek announced plans to step down in the first half of 2021, pending the appointment of a successor.
Longtime Rosecrance CEO Phil Eaton, MS, who has been with the organization for 50 years and has spent 38 as its chief executive, plans to retire at the end of 2020. Current president/chief operating officer David Gomel, PhD, will take over in January 2021.
Universal Health Services founder and CEO Alan B. Miller, one of the longest-serving chief executives in the U.S., has announced he is stepping down. The company said Marc D. Miller, its current president, will take over as CEO in January 2021.
Ron Manderscheid, Executive Director, NACBHDD and NARMH

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