NCQA's 2014 quality report notes declines in behavioral health quality measures among health plans. The group will track additional data in the future.
I wonder what success in integrated care might bring. If we succeed in extending the average life span of people with Serious Mental Illness, how will that impact us as a system programmatically and financially...
With high-value acquisitions, such as Acadia and CRC, many wonder if a national brand is a distinct possibility in behavioral health
The deal would be valued at more than $1 billion and would make Acadia a huge organization, touching just about every angle of behavioral healthcare except private practice
Alaska, Oregon and Washington, D.C., each have recreational marijuana measures on the November 2014 ballot
The behavioral health community might be better off seeking home-grown innovation rather than fragile political policy
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People remember a personal "thank you," and, right now, on the front edge of the holiday season, you have full license to call them for no other reason than to say "thank you."
I wish the mainstream media would be as concerned about the flu as they are about Ebola
We need not wait for the next high-profile overdose death to realize that addictions have emerged as America’s biggest public health crisis, nor should we stop asking tough questions
Ohio would be the first state to require testing and set penalties for college athletes caught using illegal substances if the measure passes.
Indiana's new drug court focuses on interventions instead of incarceration.
Vague wording in the proposed legislation has industry experts speaking out and encouraging increased public education and due diligence as Election Day draws near.
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