New findings from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's survey note that opioid use has leveled off at 6.9%.
Younger generations are more likely to use the ubiquitous smartphone to track health and engage in care plans.
New research on how length-of-stay and nutrition links to outcomes will yield evidence to demonstrate to insurers the effectiveness that the industry provides
American Addiction Centers CEO Michael Cartwright makes an investment in the future and begins building an empire.
Vanderbilt University authors say that the focus on mental illness after rare, mass shootings misdirects the conversation. The focus should be on everyday gun violence.
Analyzing Twitter posts may help measure mental health trends after dramatic events such as natural disasters and military conflicts
Under the Affordable Care Act, health plans are selling policies through online exchanges, and Mental Health America compared how such plans cover behavioral-health medications
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The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has announced more than $11 million over three years to support research exploring the use of social media to advance the scientific understanding, prevention, and treatment of substance use and addiction.
NCQA's 2014 quality report notes declines in behavioral health quality measures among health plans. The group will track additional data in the future.
Can hoarding be described as an evolutionary mismatch?
Counties with Medicaid and/or block grant funding to reimburse for office-based buprenorphine use have more credentialed, waivered physicians
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