Leadership

Your future includes tempered optimism

July 31, 2014     Julie Miller
blog

Balance your business needs with your mission and your market

Leverage effective marketing in a post-ACA environment

July 28, 2014     David Stone, PhD and Stephen McLean
article

Community mental health providers must be able to adapt their business models to effectively reach new consumers

Will Your Zip Code be fateful for your health?

July 24, 2014    
blog

Negative social determinants, such as poverty and lack of education, increase the likelihood that one will be exposed to trauma—physical, emotional, sexual. Although we cannot prevent it, we can reduce its negative effects

American Addiction Centers' planned IPO fuels ongoing investment discussion

July 17, 2014     Gary Enos
news

 The role and impact of investment dollars in the addiction treatment industry continues to be a much-watched topic, reinforced this month with American Addiction Centers' filing of plans to raise $75 million in an initial public offering....

Mergers: 85% of you are doing it wrong

July 16, 2014     Julie Miller
article

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 

Therapists test benefits of open notes

July 8, 2014     Julie Miller
news

Would you allow clients to read your unstructured notes after a counseling session? What if they took offense to your benign observations? 

Weigh the pros and cons of onsite lab and pharmacy

July 7, 2014     Julie Miller
article

Review key considerations when you build your business case for onsite lab or pharmacy services.

Index measures chasm between available providers and care demand

July 2, 2014     Alison Knopf
article

The Provider Availability Index singles out states with the highest behavioral health workforce needs.

Caron leadership change emphasizes succession planning

July 1, 2014     Gary Enos
article

When David Rotenberg arrived to work as a therapist at Caron Treatment Centers in 1996, he was not thinking about long-term career goals. Fortunately for him, he had landed in an organization always considering the possibilities.

Communities bond through shared experiences

June 23, 2014     Lori Ashcraft
article

The ingredients that helped Andy Sekel’s trauma recovery are the same things that help others: A focus on strengths; support from peers; and opportunities to contribute to the wellbeing of others.

Hazelden veteran named top administrator for Betty Ford Center

June 13, 2014     Gary Enos
news

Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation has announced that Jim Steinhagen, most recently vice...

Thoughts on the future of peer-run services: Part 3

June 11, 2014     Lori Ashcraft
article

Nine key thought leaders discuss the changes under ACA as well as the new opportunities for peer run programs.

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