Annie Mooney, who most recently served as vice president of public affairs and advocacy for Phoenix Children’s Hospital, joins Arizona-based Landmark Recovery as VP of public affairs and payor relations.
Moving behavioral health into primary care is a bold change that has support from those in both parties. Getting wide adoption for such an idea, however, remains a challenge when many focus on today's challenges and put off tomorrow's dilemmas.
Brian Stroh, MD, who has been with the Columbus, Ohio-based organization for 15 years and spent 13 as its assistant medical director, will be promoted to the role of CEO and medical director, effective May 1.
SpringBoard Recovery, a drug and alcohol addiction rehabilitation and treatment facility in Scottsdale, Arizona, has announced the promotion of Steve Laats to the role of president. Laats has served as the organization’s senior director of business operations.
A better future for our field rests on two ideas: shifting behavioral clinicians into a primary care setting and reconstituting it, and leveraging the power of psychotherapy in that setting and modifying it to address both psychiatric and medical disorders.
Tom Hill, MSW, who joined the National Council in March 2017 as vice president for practice improvement and transitioned into a senior advisor role last year, has been named senior policy advisor for the Office of National Drug Control Policy by the Biden administration.
Whatever analyses show, the replacement of therapy is not the goal for emerging digital products. They offer alternatives for gaps in care rather than the elimination of therapists. Behavioral executives should clarify that perspective with a comprehensive framework.
After 25 years as CEO of Caron Treatment Centers, Doug Tieman announced recently that he plans to retire in June 2021. As he sketches out his next chapter, Tieman joins the BHE Podcast to share thoughts on how his own recovery has shaped his…