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Case Management: Time for step four!

November 1, 2009  |  Lori Ashcraft, PhD and William A. Anthony, PhD
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We're worried about case management. Over the years, stacks and stacks of regulations and rules have been developed and applied to case management

Preparing to treat addictions and co-occurring psychiatric disorders

November 1, 2009  |  Patrice M. Muchowski, SCD, Paul R. Lemieux, PhD, and Susan B. Hillis, LICSW
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What administrative and operational issues are involved in setting up addiction treatment programs for those with co-occurring mental health disorders?

Pretext for Uncompensated Care?

April 11, 2009  |  Terry L. Stawar, Ed.D.
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Our organization just dodged the bullet and survived another audit. It looks like we will have a small payback and it seems our major mistake was relying on a consultant, rather that wading through some of the detailed rules ourselves and assuring that the...

Relying on the experts

October 1, 2008  |  Joseph Viger, Karen Milford, and Julie Plourde
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Most behavioral healthcare organizations have spent considerable time and money implementing specialized financial software and developing internal

Don't let paperwork be a barrier

June 1, 2008  |  Lori Ashcraft, PhD and William A. Anthony, PhD
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As we travel around the country talking with folks about recovery, the conversation, no matter how long or short, inevitably comes around to the

Leaving survival mode behind at Seabrook House

May 1, 2007  |  GARY A. ENOS, CONTRIBUTING EDITOR
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Ed Diehl clearly recalls the moment when he knew it was time for his addiction treatment organization to stop being complicit in what he and others

Managing the revenue cycle

January 1, 2007  |  STEPHEN A. WOOD, FHIMSS
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The financial situation of most behavioral health organizations (BHOs) is changing rapidly. Although changes vary from state to state, the trend

Understanding Your Revenue and Cost Drivers

June 1, 2006  |  Niels Eskelsen
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The CEO of a behavioral healthcare organization once told me that he did not like strategic planning because, “Strategic planning does not do

Trying the 'squeaky wheel' approach

May 1, 2006  |  MICHAEL LEVIN-EPSTEIN
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When Seabrook House, the largest nonprofit alcoholism and drug addiction treatment center in southern New Jersey, terminated its provider contract

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