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Behavioral Healthcare Magazine

Strategic business, technology, and financial news and information for administrators, operational directors, and managers of mental health and substance-use facilities. Articles on trends in the design and operation of recovery clinics, new technologies in rehabilitation, and clinical best practices. Learn about strategies and findings driving changes in the management and organization of mental

  • What will stop patient brokering?

    Julie Miller, Editor in ChiefWe 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...

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  • Murthy: Opioid crisis solution starts with culture change

    Alicia HoisingtonVivek H. Murthy, MD, the former U.S. surgeon general, spoke Thursday at a community forum in Cleveland, highlighting the need for all healthcare providers to rethink addiction.

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  • Behavioral Healthcare Executive wins journalism award

    BHE StaffAddiction Professional and Behavioral Healthcare Executive have earned three prestigious awards for excellence in journalism.

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  • Sober fraternity adds collegiate resources

    Julie Miller, Editor in ChiefThe Alpha 180 sober fraternity is emerging in Austin, Texas, designed as a lifestyle support program for those in recovery.

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  • Seniors respond to depression treatment at home

    Tom Valentino, Senior EditorA pilot program for delivering treatment to seniors and their caregivers at home and in the patient’s primary language has been shown to reduce depression and anxiety,...

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  • How effective are PDMPs?

    Brian AlbrightThe databases have had clear impact on overprescribing but measuring their impact on overdoses is tricky.

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  • Rumored gutting of ONDCP agenda does not materialize in president's budget plan

    Gary A. Enos, Contributing EditorMost core functions of the Office of National Drug Control Policy, including oversight of the Drug-Free Communities Support Program, are preserved in President...

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  • NAATP: Consider emerging operational issues

    Julie Miller, Editor in ChiefIn the larger healthcare system, addiction providers have a unique position among the specialty segments. A panel of treatment center CEOs shared their insights on...

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  • Defeating the legislative tsunami engulfing health reform

    Ron Manderscheid, PhD, Exec Dir, NACBHDD and NARMHI recall not a single time in my entire career when behavioral healthcare, and healthcare in general, have been under greater siege than at present.

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  • Summit BHC acquires English Mountain Recovery

    Julie Miller, Editor in ChiefSummit BHC has acquired not-for-profit English Mountain Recovery in Tennessee, bringing its total number of facilities to 11.

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  • TCEM: 5 things to know about fraud investigations

    BHE StaffAttorney Anelia Shaheed recently spoke at the Treatment Center Executive & Marketing Retreat, highlighting critical information for every marketer and treatment center leader.

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  • What to do when you receive a subpoena

    Barrett Howell and Ryan MeyerHere is a list of do’s and don’ts to follow in responding to federal government investigations of your healthcare organization.

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  • TCEM: Proving value will be the challenge for the future

    BHE StaffAt 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.

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  • Ethics Survey: Drug testing remains a clinical tug of war

    Julie Miller, Editor in ChiefTreatment centers must weigh costs and clinical needs when creating policies for patient drug testing. Meanwhile, investors are examining how drug testing fits in the...

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  • NAPHS names director of policy and regulatory affairs

    Tom Valentino, Senior EditorScott 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...

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  • Panic, adapt or innovate: Consider the options for healthcare executives in 2017

    Ed Jones, PhDClinical programs of the future will not be defined by a single diagnosis. We need holistic programs that understand the intersections of various conditions.

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  • IABHC awards micro-grant to Hope House

    Julie Miller, Editor in ChiefThe not-for-profit organization Hope House, Inc., located in Augusta, Georgia, has received a micro-grant from the Institute for the Advancement of Behavioral...

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  • D.C. fares worst in drug-related issues

    Julie Miller, Editor in ChiefPersonal-finance website WalletHub distilled 15 different measures into state rankings and found the District of Columbia has the highest prevalence of drug-related...

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  • 4 questions we should be asking the White House

    Julie Miller, Editor in ChiefPresident Trump and HHS Secretary Tom Price have identified three excellent priorities—childhood obesity, mental illness and the opioid epidemic—but their actions seem...

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  • The in-network advantage

    Tom Valentino, Senior EditorPeter Schorr, CEO of Retreat Premier Addiction Treatment Centers, sees the benefits of going in-network

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