Physician health programs are frequently lauded as models that produce superior outcomes, but more resources are needed to respond to the demand.
It is not a time to wait for the larger healthcare industry to provide their sympathy or vague recognition of the importance of behavioral healthcare. We need a new strategy.
The National Association of Psychiatric Health Systems at its annual meeting announced that the group is changing its name to the National Association for Behavioral Healthcare.
In looking at the big picture in overall healthcare trends for the new year, several issues come to mind for behavioral health.
Politically, economically and legislatively, 2017 was a tumultuous year. Our predictions for the 2018 healthcare market and some practical recommendations for action are described below.
According to a report to Congress from the Interdepartmental Serious Mental Illness Coordinating Committee, today’s fragmented system must revolutionize and begin to offer coordinated, whole-person care.
Caron Treatment Centers has established a medical hub on its main campus as it continues to see cases of growing complexity.
Integrated care is a slogan. It seems like a high principle, but it is really a ruse or gross exaggeration in most cases, especially when behavioral health is on the table.
The power of digital tools in emotional health should motivate and energize clinical/business leaders to validate this exciting opportunity for health improvement and business innovation.
We must say goodbye to mental health and behavioral health, replacing the terms as well as the philosophy with emotional health instead.
The final day of the National Conference on Addiction Disorders (NCAD) featured a presentation on a free screening tool that reflects the multiple problems affecting most patients.
Renowned neuropsychiatrist and interventionist Judith Landau says programs treating co-occurring disorders must capitalize on family members' connection and resilience.
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