A longtime clinician at Timberline Knolls in Illinois, Colleen Kula, LCPC, has been named as the organization’s new CEO. She aims to expand the PHP program to meet growing demand.
Florida is now setting a precedent for other states with Gov. Rick Scott signing a comprehensive bill this week that will aim to reduce unethical practices in the addiction treatment business.
Union employees at Sunrise House voted in favor of a contract agreement, which includes new security features, pay raises and increased staffing.
We know catching the bad guy is too little too late—the patient has already been hurt by then. Maybe the real investment should be in educating the public with an unprecedented campaign.
Addiction Professional and Behavioral Healthcare Executive have earned three prestigious awards for excellence in journalism.
At the Treatment Center Executive and Marketing Retreat, CEO Doug Tieman recommended that today’s treatment centers begin by prioritizing their revenue path and expansion strategies.
Scott Dziengelski, former law director for U.S. Rep. Tim Murphy of Pennsylvania, has been named director of policy and regulatory affairs for the National Association of Psychiatric Health Systems.
Lee Tuveson, who has served as chief financial and administration officer at New Directions Behavioral Health since 2014, has been named the organization’s new president and CEO.
Not-for-profit advocacy group Shatterproof, led by CEO Gary Mendell, has created the Substance Use Disorder Treatment Task Force with the hope of putting an influential surgeon general’s report into action.
Increasing organizational diversity has been and continues to be a goal for behavioral healthcare executives, and how well they progress toward meeting that goal is often a function of leadership.
We asked a number of technology leaders for suggestions on what treatment center executives should prepare for in the future. Here are a few of their tips.
The National Association of Psychiatric Health Systems has named Julie E. Richardson as its director of advocacy and senior counsel.
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