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.
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).
Adopting electronic business transactions to replace manual transactions could save the healthcare industry $9.4 billion, according to data released Thursday.
CleanSlate Centers has opened an outpatient treatment facility in Fort Wayne, Ind., its fourth location in the state to treat opioid and alcohol addiction.
A pair of not-for-profit organizations have received micro-grants from The Institute for the Advancement of Behavioral Healthcare (IABHC) Fund.
Odyssey Behavioral Healthcare, a Nautic Partners company, has added Magnolia Creek Treatment Center for Women in Columbiana, Ala., to its portfolio.
When major policy changes are in store, the situation often makes the market jittery. However, the 2017 forecast is extremely bullish for behavioral healthcare.
Before implementing the use of mobile apps, caregivers should ensure the software is properly designed and appropriate for the type of treatment being delivered.
The addiction treatment industry is experiencing a climate of favorable tailwinds, and that market reality will continue to attract the attention of investors.
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