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Business Strategy

Perspectives
Data shows that diverse and inclusive providers tend to have not only higher rates of employee satisfaction, but improved patient outcomes as well.
Deals
The impact of COVID-19 and the emergence of telehealth are having ramifications that touch all aspects of addiction treatment programs, from digital marketing to patient retention to potential deals with investors, said panelists in a session presented on Friday at the Treatment Center Investment & Valuation Retreat.
Coronavirus
An increase in demand for treatment services and stockpiles of dollars for private equity investors who are itching to spend could spark a hotbed of M&A activity in the behavioral health sector, particularly for substance use disorder treatment providers, Braff Group president Dexter Braff told TCIV attendees.
Facilities
The Hopkinsville, Kentucky, outpatient clinic is the 15th Spero Health facility to open this year and the company's 45th location overall.
Business Operations
Palm Beach Institute and Pathway to Hope will now exclusively serve men and women, respectively, as part of a shift toward more tailored programming, Delphi Behavioral Health Group has announced.
Perspectives
It is time for our field to embrace a new, more comprehensive idea. We can achieve a two-dimensional goal for our field with the concept of psychosocial assets.
Deals
Behavioral Health Group has expanded its footprint and service lines with the addition of the Knoxville, Tennessee-based MAT provider.
Business Operations
Senior vice presidents Alex Denstman and Greg Hobelmann, MD, will succeed outgoing executive leader Dave Nassef as Ashley’s new joint CEOs, effective March 1.
Deals
The not-for-profit GuideWell Mutual Holding Corp. on Monday announced that it has agreed to become the majority shareholder of New Directions Behavioral Health.
Business Operations
The not-for-profit addiction treatment and mental healthcare provider is bringing its RecoveryGo platform to a 10th state, offering insurance-eligible virtual intensive outpatient care.
Management
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…
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