After eight years as CEO, Gail Lawson’s departure triggered by tumult of two state investigations, allegations of excessive spending by agency leadership, and high staff turnover.
When seeking advice about improving healthcare, surgeon Atul Gawande got his best advice from a frustrated restauranteur
Practitioners may be "unfaithful" to evidence-based programs in the name of better treatment
Former congressman and current behavioral health advocate Patrick Kennedy discusses the work that has to be done in helping the nation's veterans.
Former congressman and current behavioral health advocate Patrick Kennedy speaks about instilling in children the notion that mental health check-ups are not only normal, but they are important.
Former congressman and current behavioral health advocate Patrick Kennedy explains how those in the behavioral health field can work together with veterans to make a difference.
Former congressman and current behavioral health advocate Patrick Kennedy believes in having equal treatment and coverage for all illnesses, including mental illness.
Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius says there are two ways the nation can move forward to change the landscape of mental health.
Lawyer discusses the recent changes with CPT codes and explains why it is important to take coding seriously.
Lawyer speaks about CPT codes and shares one way to identify potential billing and coding issues before they turn into even bigger problems.
Rosalynn Carter, Steven Sharfstein and other individuals to be presented with awards at a ceremony in Las Vegas on April 9.
Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin draws wisdom from the examples of “Teddy” and FDR.
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