After issuing three warnings within a five-month period, the New York Stock Exchange has commenced delisting proceedings for the stock of AAC Holdings after the company failed to maintain a required market cap minimum for 30 consecutive days of trading.
With fentanyl driving up overdose-related death rates among patients who relapse, formerly abstinence-based treatment programs are beginning to embrace medication-assisted treatment, says Andrew Stone, MD, MPH.
After spending four years shoring up its existing business lines, Caron Treatment Centers is expanding its regional centers, entering a joint management partnership for a new property, adding a first responders program, and going in-network with a sixth insurer.
The two most challenging issues in building a network are quality and cost. Because networks today for both medical and behavioral care are far from ideal, it is important to understand these difficulties.
A pair of providers under the Embark Behavioral Health banner are combining forces, as Calo Young Adults and Fulshear Treatment to Transition on Tuesday announced a partnership to increase the reach of Fulshear’s adult attachment model.
As Spectrum Health Systems celebrates its 50th anniversary this summer, CEO Kurt Isaacson is looking ahead to how the not-for-profit provider can continue to expand access to treatment for more patients into the mid-2020s.