Matt Peterson, Universal Health Services executive vice president and Behavioral Health Division president, joins the BHE Podcast to discuss the series of new behavioral health facilities announced by UHS since he joined the company in September and…
Providers let the tail wag the dog when they fail to make a compelling, well-documented case for treatment to managed care organizations, Promises Behavioral Health CEO Kirk Kureska said on Tuesday at the Treatment Center Investment & Valuation Retreat.
Consultant Lisa Richardson, MS, LCDCIII, explained how a healthy organizational culture impacts its bottom line, and Ideal Option CEO Jeff Allgaier, MD, FACEP, FASAM, highlighted opportunities for MAT providers to acquire patients, particularly as telehealth regulations are changing.
Dexter Braff, MBA, MS, told Treatment Center Investment & Valuation Retreat attendees that with private equity investors pouring money into the autism space, there’s an opportunity for strategic investors to create a competitive advantage.
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.