Annie Mooney, who most recently served as vice president of public affairs and advocacy for Phoenix Children’s Hospital, joins Arizona-based Landmark Recovery as VP of public affairs and payor relations.
American Addiction Centers this week announced that it has completed a financial restructuring, reducing its debut by about $500 million. The company also announced a new seven-member board of directors.
A quickly conceived, three-pronged initiative to help patients, employees and the local community has helped San Antonio Recovery Center overcome a turbulent year, owner Raul Ruelas told TCIV attendees.
Behavioral health organizations need a data-driven and multi-layered approach to innovate and keep pace with an evolving industry, UHS executive VP and president of Behavioral Health Matt Peterson told TCIV attendees.
Odyssey Behavioral Healthcare has promoted Pasadena Villa Psychiatric Treatment Network CEO David Bell to the position of vice president of Odyssey’s Outpatient Services Division, with industry vet Angel Piper joining as his replacement at Pasadena Villa.
The Psychiatry & Behavioral Health Learning Network and Gloo have teamed up through their Collaborative Advancement of Recovery Excellence initiative to produce an end-of-year report on changes within the field and actionable insights for executives.
Envisioned as an indispensable hub of patient data, EHRs now face criticism for being time-consuming and difficult. Behavioral health leaders should be a leading voice in efforts to improve the technology.
Shawn Coughlin, president and CEO of the National Association for Behavioral Healthcare, discusses challenges executives in the field are facing amid COVID-19, as well as the tools and resources being used to overcome them.