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More ACOs look to behavioral health

Jill Sederstrom

Integrating behavioral health and substance abuse services into patient care not only provides more coordination, it also benefits the ACO itself.

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Worst bed bug cities of 2014

January 22, 2015     Julia Brown
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Bed bugs are not limited to any level of cleanliness and can exist virtually anywhere, even in residential healthcare facilties. Infestations often start with people bringing the insects in on their clothes.

More ACOs look to behavioral health

January 22, 2015     Jill Sederstrom
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Integrating behavioral health and substance abuse services into patient care not only provides more coordination, it also benefits the ACO itself.

Analysts forecast 2015 at Nashville roundtable

January 22, 2015     Julie Miller, Editor in Chief
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Analysts at the Nashville Health Care Council’s annual Wall...

Northeast treatment chain builds community relationships; expects openings this year

January 21, 2015     Gary A. Enos
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Bringing on a diverse executive team and executing a vision for science-based service certainly does not exempt an organization such as Recovery Centers of America from facing the inherent challenges of operating in the treatment industry.

Elements' growth reflective of industry trend

January 16, 2015     Julie Miller, Editor in Chief
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The Elements Behavioral Health network is growing with a new property opening, an acquisition and a potential sale of the organization.

Elements opens new center in Pennsylvania

January 13, 2015     Julie Miller, Editor in Chief
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Elements' new Brightwater Landing treatment center in Lancaster County has a clinical focus on trauma and underlying issues that drive addiction.

American Addiction Centers moving to new HQ

January 13, 2015     Julie Miller, Editor in Chief
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AAC's new corporate office and call center building is 80 percent larger and is located just a mile away from the current headquarters in Brentwood, Tenn.

Oak Arbor reduces services in light of VA decision

January 9, 2015     Julie Miller, Editor in Chief
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A treatment center in Oak Arbor, Miss., reports it is losing $100,000 this year and must reassign some clients because of restrictions placed by the Veteran's Administration.

4 ways to manage slip-and-fall safety in your facility

December 31, 2014     Julia Brown
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Behavioral Healthcare asked Gary Milewski of Managed Risk Prevention LLC to provide some practical tips on managing slip-and-fall safety—during the winter months and year round.

Caron sets focus on growing senior market

December 23, 2014     Julie Miller, Editor in Chief
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The recent sale of the Hanley Center will help Caron increase care capabilities for seniors--a population that is set to reach 75 million people by 2020.