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New research center finds Americans want more treatment options

Julie Miller, Editor in Chief

The Kennedy Center for Mental Health and Policy Research will study today's system of care and drive best practices for improved treatment and policy decisions.

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What might success in integrated care bring?

June 12, 2013    
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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...

Policy could eliminate insurance denials

February 24, 2015     Julie Miller, Editor in Chief
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Senate Bill S2180, a sweeping access proposal, could put an end to utilization management review for behavioral health services in New Jersey.

Recovery residences gain a foothold on college campuses

February 23, 2015     Julie Miller, Editor in Chief
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From coast to coast, more universities are looking to partner with providers that can offer a sober living environment for recovering students.

FACT FILE: The Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act

February 20, 2015     Julie Miller, Editor in Chief
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Senators Portman and Whitehouse have reintroduced CARA, a bill that in 2014 had a great deal of support.

SAMHSA provides 5 point plan for America

February 19, 2015     Julie Miller, Editor in Chief
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SAMHSA leaders have outlined a plan for America that could create instant results but note that the plan needs some backing.

New research center finds Americans want more treatment options

February 17, 2015     Julie Miller, Editor in Chief
article

The Kennedy Center for Mental Health and Policy Research will study today's system of care and drive best practices for improved treatment and policy decisions.

Helping the Supreme Court decide King v. Burwell

February 16, 2015    
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These personal stories should energize each of us to be unequivocal and clear in our support of the ACA and support federal premium subsidies paid to those who received insurance through the marketplace operated by HHS.

Acadia completes acquisition of CRC Health Group

February 12, 2015     Julia Brown
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The $1.18 billion acquisition of CRC Health Group, Acadia’s largest of five transactions in 2014, brings 35 inpatient facilities to the company with approximately 2,400 beds and 81 comprehensive treatment centers.

BREAKING: Michael Walsh joins HARP Treatment Center as COO

February 10, 2015     Julia Brown
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Michael Walsh, former president and CEO of NAATP, is the new COO and executive director of HARP Treatment Center in Palm Beach, Fla.