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Six months into the pandemic, the American Society of Addiction Medicine’s task force on caring for patients amid COVID-19 has revised more than 15 guideline documents covering a wide range of operational topics for providers.
Gloo Executive Director Steve Millette joins the BHE Podcast to discuss his organization’s partnership with the Psychiatry & Behavioral Health Learning Network to create the Collaborative Advancement of Recovery Excellence, a recovery research-…
While spikes in behavioral health conditions after disastrous events are common, the severity and extensiveness shown in a recent are signs of an exceptional situation that demands exceptional action.
The American Mental Health Counselors Association estimated that 41% of Americans are experiencing a mental illness, such as general anxiety disorder or major depressive disorder, a dramatic rise from pre-pandemic levels that has been spurred by COVID-19, racial tensions and economic calamity.
A survey of behavioral healthcare providers conducted by the National Council and Qualifacts suggests the telehealth services launched in response to COVID-19 are going to become a fixture post-pandemic, but structural changes are needed for long-term financial viability.
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