The Legal Action Center is among the advocacy groups concerned that 42 CFR Part 2 changes contained in the House’s opioid bill could harm patient confidentiality.
Industry groups are disappointed over a lack of additional funding and the exclusion of 42 CFR Part 2 reform, and have also called for the removal the IMD exclusion for Medicaid patients.
The 2017 National Survey on Drug Use and Health offers some encouragement regarding the opioid crisis but growing concern for groups such as pregnant women and young adults.
As Election Day approaches, knowing where candidates stand on critical issues impacting our capacity to deliver care in the future is critical.
Among its efforts, the RAND Opioid Policy Tools and Information Center will explore why certain opioid-fighting strategies work well in some communities but not others.
Aetna customers will now have in-network coverage for substance use disorder treatment at all Recovery Centers of America facilities.
As a new 9/11 monument is unveiled, those in mental healthcare can make a contribution to the memory and heroism of that day through an indirect and symbolic approach.
A partnership between the Atlantic County, N.J., Sheriff’s Office, multiple treatment center operators and other community partners has created a mobile addiction treatment van.
Industries are not disrupted overnight. What should we be thinking about when it comes to next generation behavioral health products?
New Orleans never disappoints and neither does the National Association for Rural Mental Health annual summer conference. When the two came together this past weekend, the effect was electric.
Providers should be working together, encouraging everyone to be their best and to get to the best evidence-based, effective treatment outcomes for those we serve.
The role of useful data, the reputation of the addiction treatment industry, and patient-centered integrated care were hot topics Tuesday at the National Conference on Alcohol & Addiction Disorders.
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