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Behavioral Healthcare Executive
Last week's International Leadership Exchange in Washington energized leaders in the field to address the challenges of improving access to care and service accountability, and to undertake actions to engage all groups in the leadership of services.
Management
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.
Business Operations
Kristina Padilla, MA, of the California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals shared best practices for leaders to build trust and facilitate healthy communication within their teams on Saturday at NCAD East.
Business Operations
A panel at NCAD East explored how mobile apps, artificial intelligence and other advances in technology may change the addiction treatment landscape.
Business Operations
Since making history as the first blind person to graduate from a U.S. medical school, David W. Hartman, MD, has expanded access to medication-assisted treatment in myriad ways and educated the next generation of practitioners.
Business Operations
An NCAD East panel suggested that the addiction treatment community may be turning the corner on outcome evaluation that has historically stymied the field's progress.
Management
Armando E. Colombo, most recently of Sheppard Pratt Health System, will succeed C. Edward Coffey as president and CEO of the Menninger Clinic, effective Sept. 16.
Technology
Legislators’ overly narrow focus on opioids, Google’s overpowering presence in online marketing, and telehealth best practices were among the topics covered Thursday at NCAD East.
Management
Reyna Taylor will join the National Council for Behavioral Health as vice president of public policy, effective Aug. 19.
Management
The partnership, which will extend Kadiant’s reach into Southern California, is the applied behavior analysis therapy provider’s fifth since launching earlier this year.
Management
Formation Capital and Safanad Limited have sold RHA Health Services to an affiliate of Blue Wolf Capital.
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