Recovery Centers of America has opened its Boston Center for Addiction Treatment residential campus that will employ up to 300 professionals.
Phil Eaton will fill the role of president and CEO of Rosecrance Health Network, while David Gomel, PhD, has taken on the new role of president of Rosecrance, Inc.
Market disrupters can be cause for alarm or catalysts for fundamental change. You decide.
Non-compete agreements are an effective tool for protecting sensitive information when a key employee leaves the organization, according to Peter A. Steinmeyer of Epstein Becker Green.
Michael V. Genovese, MD, JD, who served as chief medical officer at Sierra Tucson since 2014, has been promoted to chief medical advisor for parent company Acadia Healthcare’s Recovery Division.
Global Partner Acquisition Corp. has entered into a definitive merger agreement with behavioral health company Sequel Youth and Family Services.
The changing behavioral health market might leave small, not-for-profit operators wondering how they can possibly compete. Experts suggest a new affiliation model.
Elements Behavioral Health has renamed COPAC as The Ranch Mississippi (at COPAC), and Brightwater Landing as The Ranch Pennsylvania (at Brightwater Landing).
US HealthVest has acquired the not-for-profit Ridgeview Institute in the Atlanta area. The deal adds 148 psychiatric beds to the portfolio.
Rulings from the Federal Trade Commission on native advertising are extremely pertinent for facilities’ ethics and compliance with federal guidelines.
There are signs that Florida legislators might finally enact tough measures to curb unethical behavior among notorious addiction treatment and sober home operators.
After its stock price dropped to a 52-week low in early December, Universal Health Services, Inc. announced it had completed the acquisition of a U.K. facility for approximately $464 million.
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