Good Decisions Sober Living was billing insurance $1,500 per drug test and testing each resident four times a week
The National Survey on Drug Use and Health indicates that 20 million people need SUD treatment but don't receive it
The National Survey on Drug Use and Health shows illicit drug use is down 24% over the past decade
The Stout Street Health Center integrates the physical space as well as the EHR system
Former CMS Administrator Don Berwick says the payment system is all wrong in spite of many people trying to do what's right
CARF, the Joint Commission, COA and ACHC are examining today's trends in the context of accreditation
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When ICD-10 takes hold next year, organizations will face financial risks if they aren't prepared for the shift
Research evidence and available treatments demonstrate why addiction treatment facilities can and should become tobacco-free, a National Conference on Addiction Disorders (NCAD) panel agreed.
Use good self-care practices so you can offer your best to your patients
Online marketing campaigns can be optimized to improve goodwill and generate more leads through better testing and measurement
Providers in the two states that have legalized marijuana want to put the genie back in the bottle. Data may help.
The technology is mature, the time is right and the culture is ready for telehealth.
A session presenter at the National Conference on Addiction Disorders (NCAD) walked clinicians through challenges in working with clients receiving medication treatments.
Don't rely on selling tactics! Change your attitude to one of ethical, above-board marketing to represent your program honestly
At the National Conference on Addiction Disorders, attendees learned the basics of how hoarding begins and how to treat clients looking for help.
Claudia Black, PhD, was reminded of her earliest contact with Father Joseph Martin when she accepted the Father Martin Award this weekend at the National Conference on Addiction Disorders (NCAD).
The 42 CFR Part 2 law locks down data, preventing it from being leveraged for better clinical outcomes
Addiction medicine specialist and former White House anti-drug official Andrea Barthwell, MD, sees little room for harm reduction or legalization approaches in the evolving healthcare service system.
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