File-sharing services can streamline the way therapists manage, store and share case files, but they also present security concerns
Part of the appeal of the site is the large heritage oak trees, but they made planning the building's layout a difficult proposition
Ten states are looking to adopt laws like Florida's, which prohibits clinicians from routinely asking patients about guns
Many believe the IMD exclusion is a ridiculously outdated provision that needs to change, but change is going to be a long time in coming
Addiction professionals in the Phoenix community and beyond came together on July23rd, to discuss family dynamics in addiction treatment.
Addiction professionals in the Phoenix community and beyond came together on July 23rd, to discuss family dynamics in addiction treatment.
Behavioral Healthcare in the Phoenix community and beyond came together on July 23rd, to discuss 2014 business trends in mental health, addiction, and eating disorder treatment.
Ann Borders, president and CEO of Cummins Behavioral Health in Avon, Ind., shares her message on why hope is the focus now
Virtual humans built with today's technology show potential to help clinicians and their PTSD patients
Coordinated care is expanding as an approach to treating behavioral health patients, as evidenced by a project undertaken by Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services in Michigan.
Federal PCORI grants fund head-to-head studies to bring best practices to light
BREAKING NEWS: The new date for adoption of ICD-10 has been officially moved to October 2015, which is no surprise
Implement these 15 tips, from a recent SAMHSA presentation
Community mental health providers must be able to adapt their business models to effectively reach new consumers
Patients often become fixated on their personal belongings or might need to retrieve a forgotten personal item, requiring staff to dedicate patient-care time to retrieving patient belongings.
Pam Womack has created a specialized model of care for those in poverty who also have mental illnesses, offering case management, psychiatry, mobile crisis services, 24-hour walk-in assistance, and integrated care.
A pioneer in the field, Ray Tamasi was among the first in the industry to recognize the value of opiate-blocking medication therapy.
Among her achievements, Theresa Fawvor was instrumental in launching four mental health crisis clinics in underserved areas.
Learn how to avoid common pitfalls, identify suitable partners, and review the due diligence process required for a successful partnership at the Behavioral Healthcare Summit presentation
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