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After 25 years as CEO of Caron Treatment Centers, Doug Tieman announced recently that he plans to retire in June 2021. As he sketches out his next chapter, Tieman joins the BHE Podcast to share thoughts on how his own recovery has shaped his…

Facilities
Ohio-based NewVista Healthcare has announced plans to add two treatment centers in the Greater Cleveland area. Construction on an east-side facility is underway; the second facility will be constructed in the southwest part of town next year.
Facilities
Behavioral Health Group has acquired Huntsville Recovery and Stevenson Recovery in Alabama, continuing the outpatient OUD treatment provider’s multi-state expansion.
Perspectives
We can prevent many failures to initiate or continue care for behavioral health conditions by moving our services to the primary care setting.
Technology
The Nevada Health Connection, which has 50 participating behavioral health programs, provides real-time information on bed availability, digital referrals, provider communication and data aggregation.
Perspectives
As executives plot a course for our field, the designation “behavioral health”—the combination of mental health and substance use disorders—need not change, but additional health behaviors must be put into proper context, as well.
Perspectives
Moving behavioral healthcare professionals into the primary care setting demands clinical justification. Engage primary care physicians in the process to build trust in the process.
Coronavirus
The health and safety of staff and patients are a paramount priority, and facilities are going to be expected in the “new normal” of COVID-19 to actively sustain standards. Here are areas to focus on when developing your plan.
Management
Paul R. Crosby, MD, has been named president of the Mason, Ohio-based mental health treatment provider. Paul Keck, MD, will continue as its CEO.
Policy/Advocacy
The Addiction Alliance of Georgia, a partnership between the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation and the state’s largest healthcare system, will aim to reduce addiction rates and improve rates of recovery through public education on prevention, training and clinical care.
Facilities
Universal Health Services has announced the opening of Canyon Creek Behavioral Health, a 102-bed program in Temple, Texas.
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