Organizations must strengthen their services, differentiate themselves from the competition and position themselves for value--and a merger might be the best way to do it
Unnecessary testing and the overutilization of emergency rooms often go hand in hand with behavioral healthcare.
The Washington insurance commissioner is serious about holding managed care to mental health parity laws
Ebola is a vicious health and social threat. Control procedures can be implemented when active cases are suspected or discovered. However, it is imperative that effective response planning occur now...
Under Colorado's Medicaid Prime, the local health plan makes global payments to participating primary care practices and expects them to integrate behavioral health providers on their care teams
More than 7 million people with mental or substance use conditions still remain uninsured. What will you do to help?
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Researchers say that a combined physical and mental healthcare approach is needed to improve treatment and prevention.
American Addiction Centers launched its IPO recently, and industry leaders believe the interest is a good sign.
A Minnesota state hospital has created a patient advisory committee to raise the bar on what it really means to be patient-centered
The reluctance to hire a development director or community relations person (until the cost can be justified to the board) was soundly rebuffed a finance director, who cited the ROI of just such a...
Good Decisions Sober Living was billing insurance $1,500 per drug test and testing each resident four times a week
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