Summit BHC announced its acquisition of Cottonwood Tucson, which adds 65 beds to the Summit portfolio and represents the organization’s second location in Arizona.
From documenting the quality to making treatment accessible, providers explore ways to bolster their value proposition
Experts say remaining vigilant and proactive about bed bugs can make a world of difference for a problem that can easily get out of hand and become costly for residential providers.
The practice of sending insurance reimbursement for services directly to a patient, rather than the provider, significantly impairs a provider’s ability to collect the payment and ultimately could create access issues.
Seaside Healthcare has acquired Turning Point Family Services, adding another four locations to its operations in North Carolina.
Pharos Capital Group, LLC announced its acquisition of Behavior Care Specialists, an autism treatment service provider based in Sioux Falls, S.D. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Merger and acquisition firm Mertz Taggart has launched a new Behavioral Health Composite index that will demonstrate the sector’s market performance and track trends over time.
The deal will expand New Directions’ footprint to include 675 employees in nine states working with a network of more than 20,000 providers.
The National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP) appears poised to make 2018 a signature year for weeding out unethical business conduct.
Ensure vendors’ privacy protocols are up to standard, as treatment centers can be held liable for business associates’ health data privacy violations.
In building its newly launched website, Sunspire Health shifted its focus from traditional advertising and marketing to answering users’ questions about their treatment options.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida becomes third insurer to select Advanced Recovery Systems’ three Florida facilities as in-network treatment providers.
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