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Gun violence: Where are the angry moms today?

March 13, 2014     Dennis Grantham, Editor-in-Chief

In 1980, MADD turned lax attitudes about drunk driving upside down. We could learn lessons from them today.

A shocking story of "simple" lives in Iowa

March 10, 2014     Dennis Grantham, Editor-in-Chief

Deinstitutionalized: A horror story 

'The stupidest thing government ever did'

February 10, 2014     Dennis Grantham, Editor-in-Chief

Any kid can do the math: community based treatment beats incarceration

Gov. Shumlin focuses on "full blown heroin crisis" in Vermont

January 9, 2014     Dennis Grantham, Editor-in-Chief

Reminds Vermonters that "You do not have to be a math major to realize that we can’t afford our current path"

Study will compare effectiveness of patient-centered and measurement-based behavioral treatments

January 8, 2014     Dennis Grantham, Editor-in-Chief

Team to study impact of "shared decision making" approach includes UPMC, Community Care, Deegan Associates, and Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center

Merrill Matthews: Forbes magazine parity critique is long on stigma, short on logic

December 5, 2013     Dennis Grantham, Editor-in-Chief

Forbes policy expert says offering parity in health benefits is like “giving recipients all the food stamps they wanted”

History in a photo: Parity final rule announced

November 14, 2013     Dennis Grantham, Editor-in-Chief

Pregnant Suboxone user seeks pre-natal care, gets busted instead

October 25, 2013     Dennis Grantham, Editor in Chief

Employed and apparently healthy, Wisconsin woman sues after forced treatment causes loss of job

New Mexico fraud probe is one for the books

October 22, 2013     Dennis Grantham, Editor-in-Chief

Investigation certain to be cited as a textbook case, though its lessons remain unknown

Telehealth reimbursement: Tell me why this isn't a good idea

September 13, 2013     Dennis Grantham, Editor-in-Chief

The APA says that only 13 states reimburse for telehealth. What's the problem here?

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