Hillary Clinton released a mental health policy proposal Monday that includes a few noteworthy investments, such as the expansion of the Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic program.
The National Council for Behavioral Health has launched the Behavioral Health + Economics Network, an initiative to foster communication between stakeholders in the mental health sector and bring about policy change.
Experts have highlighted two key points in CARA that have the potential to impact a treatment center’s bottom line: midlevel buprenorphine prescribers and new grant money.
Though challenges arise, it is essential that behavioral health providers create population health strategies to increase patient engagement and eventually cut healthcare costs.
The Crisis Intervention Center brings statewide telephonic crisis intervention, care management and mobile response team activation/coordination to Louisiana with Crisis Response Network.
The new not-for-profit Insured Consumer Access Network (ICAN) will provide scholarships for patients' out-of-pocket costs for treatment within a network of ethical providers.
Federal leaders kicked off the 2016 Rx Summit in Atlanta today, noting new efforts as well as recent achievements in addressing the opioid crisis.
The Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act (CARA) passed the Senate in a near unanimous vote. Behavioral health leaders are truly pleased by its passage, but here's what you really need to know.
While many providers are taking increasingly combative positions when interacting with commercial payers, experts speaking at NatCon 2016 believe a mutually beneficial relationship is possible.
A grant of $50,000 will be used to enhance Gosnold on Cape Cod’s established recovery management program, which includes community-based coaches, smart phone apps and recovery socialization.
Today House members of a health subcommittee introduced the Comprehensive Behavioral Health Reform and Recovery Act of 2016 with provisions that reflect several other proposals currently on the Hill.
Lutheran Social Services of Illinois is shutting down several programs because of financial strain caused by the state budget impasse. The nonprofit is still owed more than $6 million.
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