Integrating behavioral health and primary care has helped Centerstone coordinate services and provide better outcomes for patients.
The main question in an evolving patient-centered world is whether our services and processes have been designed with the convenience of the provider or the patient in mind.
Though challenges arise, it is essential that behavioral health providers create population health strategies to increase patient engagement and eventually cut healthcare costs.
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.
Speaking at NatCon 2016 during the conference kickoff, Linda Rosenberg, president and CEO of the National Council for Behavioral Health, pointed out some telling comparisons between the perspectives of today and those of 2006.
The country’s largest health insurer just launched 10 brick-and-mortar primary care centers with a high-touch model that includes onsite, licensed, behavioral health specialists.
Centene's grant program has identified innovative solutions in which rural stakeholders have been able to collaborate and pool their resources for greater reach.
As comprehensive care models gain traction in the larger healthcare landscape, you’ll notice the integration of behavioral health and primary care, complemented by more strategic thinking.
Individual organizations are seeking to build integration capabilities and streamline operations across their enterprises in the next three to five years.
Speaker Robert Ashford identified the best and least beneficial programs to college students in recovery at the National Conference on Addiction Disorders.
Alternative Opportunities and Preferred Family Healthcare together will cover a five state area with comprehensive primary care, supported living,...
Primary and behavioral providers are tracking improved outcomes in more than 1 million Medicaid patients who use health homes.
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