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5 essential healthcare policy questions for candidates

September 17, 2018  |  Ron Manderscheid, PhD, Exec Dir, NACBHDD and NARMH
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As Election Day approaches, knowing where candidates stand on critical issues impacting our capacity to deliver care in the future is critical.

 

NARMH conference calls attention to behavioral healthcare availability in rural areas

August 27, 2018  |  Ron Manderscheid, PhD, Exec Dir, NACBHDD and NARMH
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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.

NCAD: Executives drive home value of data and ethics

August 21, 2018  |  Tom Valentino, Senior Editor
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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.

NCAD: Payer audits, crisis communications highlight executive sessions

August 20, 2018  |  Tom Valentino, Senior Editor
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Presenters weigh in on the importance of controlling your organizational narrative in times of crisis, how to avoid payer audits, technology considerations and sober home standards.

Federal lab works on database to identify fentanyl analogs

August 8, 2018  |  Alison Knopf, Contributing Writer
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A pilot project is seeking to facilitate earlier identification of compounds related to the deadly fentanyl.

Addressing the crisis in older adult mental health

May 17, 2018  |  Ron Manderscheid, PhD, Exec Dir, NACBHDD and NARMH
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We can predict that by 2060, more than 20 million seniors will be in need of some form of behavioral health services. Yet, at present, behavioral health services for seniors are at best an afterthought. Little or no focus exists on this issue in our key...

Apps represent pocket-sized support

May 8, 2018  |  Brian Albright
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An emerging class of smartphone treatment apps claims to help reduce relapse rates and improve recovery, but evidence of their costs and benefits is not always easy to come by.