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September 11, 2020
Individuals who live with a mental health disorder can be vulnerable when it comes to their healthcare, particularly as it relates to the quality and continuity of their health and mental healthcare. Those with chronic or serious mental health disorders often have complex health and behavioral…
September 11, 2020
Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation this week announced that president and CEO Mark Mishek will retire in 2021. Mishek will officially depart when a successor is chosen, a move the company expects to make in the first half of next year, it said in a news release.
September 08, 2020
Universal Health Services on Tuesday announced that founder and CEO Alan B. Miller, one of the longest-serving chief executives in the nation, will be stepping down. He will be succeeded in January 2021 by his son Marc D. Miller, the current UHS president who was appointed to be the company’s next…
August 19, 2020
We are bombarded with gloomy predictions every day as the pandemic drags on. Many businesses and social institutions are described as being in crisis, and it is often unclear if their projected failures are temporary or permanent. Which news sources can we trust for those assessments? When it comes…
August 05, 2020
A doctor in Palm Beach County, Florida, has been charged with conspiring to commit healthcare fraud and wire fraud for allegedly participating in a years-long scheme of billing for fraudulent tests and treatment for patients seeking care for drug and/or alcohol addiction, the U.S. Justice…
July 15, 2020
Monte Nido & Affiliates announced that it has opened a new residential eating disorder treatment center in Lafayette, California, northeast of Oakland. Monte Nido East Bay marks the California-based company’s first residential facility opening in the state in more than a decade. The new…
June 22, 2020
American Addiction Centers on Saturday announced that it has filed for bankruptcy as part of a recapitalization plan. The company filed for Chapter 11 relief in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Delaware.
May 15, 2020
Forward thinking and fast execution have allowed Caron Renaissance in Boca Raton, Florida, to continue making grocery shopping a part of the recovery process for its residential patients. Late in the winter, as the coronavirus was fast becoming a serious threat in the U.S., Caron Renaissance…
May 12, 2020
The National Council for Behavioral Health on Tuesday announced that it has begun distributing 2.3 surgical face masks to mental health and addiction treatment provider organizations that otherwise have struggled to acquire personal protective equipment for staff.
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