The national conversation about addiction is changing, and as more people seek treatment, managed care organizations will likely give providers a closer look—especially the out-of-network providers that are submitting high-priced claims.
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Simple Recovery sees in-network status as sustainability strategy
Julie Miller, Editor in ChiefThe national conversation about addiction is changing, and as more people seek...
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