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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
The 111-bed Recovery Centers of America at Raritan Bay is the Philadelphia-based company’s seventh inpatient facility to open in the Northeast region within the past three years.
Behavioral Healthcare Executive
SaVida Health, an addiction treatment company with facilities in five states, has opened a fifth outpatient treatment center in Virginia.
Behavioral Healthcare Executive
Krista Gilbert, PhD, LMFT, joins the BHE Podcast to discuss transitioning from her early career aspirations of being, in her words, “a therapist for life” to her current role as chief executive officer of Constellation Behavioral Health.
Behavioral Healthcare Executive
Kevin Taggart, CM&AP, discusses the overall decline of behavioral healthcare merger and acquisition activity in the third quarter of 2019, as well as why deals for autism services have gone against that trend
Perspectives
The two most challenging issues in building a network are quality and cost. Because networks today for both medical and behavioral care are far from ideal, it is important to understand these difficulties.
Behavioral Healthcare Executive
On the debut episode of the BHE Podcast, Jaime Vinck, CEO of Sierra Tucson Group, discusses a busy six months that has included the opening of a new behavioral healthcare building, the launch of a new individual treatment program with wraparound…
Behavioral Healthcare Executive
After issuing three warnings within a five-month period, the New York Stock Exchange has commenced delisting proceedings for the stock of AAC Holdings after the company failed to maintain a required market cap minimum for 30 consecutive days of trading.
Behavioral Healthcare Executive
With fentanyl driving up overdose-related death rates among patients who relapse, formerly abstinence-based treatment programs are beginning to embrace medication-assisted treatment, says Andrew Stone, MD, MPH.
Behavioral Healthcare Executive
The two St. Louis not-for-profits are teaming up to expand behavioral healthcare services for seniors in the region.
Behavioral Healthcare Executive
After spending four years shoring up its existing business lines, Caron Treatment Centers is expanding its regional centers, entering a joint management partnership for a new property, adding a first responders program, and going in-network with a sixth insurer.
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