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Behavioral Healthcare Executive
Because the use of MAT is a fundamental organizational philosophy as much as it is a treatment modality, implementation requires support from all levels, up to and including executives.
Behavioral Healthcare Executive
Providers let the tail wag the dog when they fail to make a compelling, well-documented case for treatment to managed care organizations, Promises Behavioral Health CEO Kirk Kureska said on Tuesday at the Treatment Center Investment & Valuation Retreat.
Behavioral Healthcare Executive
Consultant Lisa Richardson, MS, LCDCIII, explained how a healthy organizational culture impacts its bottom line, and Ideal Option CEO Jeff Allgaier, MD, FACEP, FASAM, highlighted opportunities for MAT providers to acquire patients, particularly as telehealth regulations are changing.
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As New York advocates await final action on legislation to remove prior authorization requirements for medications to treat opioid use disorder, a new report projects major cost savings from such a move.
Behavioral Healthcare Executive
Dexter Braff, MBA, MS, told Treatment Center Investment & Valuation Retreat attendees that with private equity investors pouring money into the autism space, there’s an opportunity for strategic investors to create a competitive advantage.
Ron Manderscheid, Executive Director, NACBHDD and NARMH
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