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Behavioral Healthcare Executive
The recent deaths of two well-known mental health advocates by suicide are a reminder that providers must look out for one another. Here are some interventions that can help.
Policy
Ron Manderscheid
A simple change to federal Medicaid law and policy could make a major impact on the quality of care and effectiveness of care persons receive while in jail.
Kevin Turner
Business Strategy
Kevin Turner
The Joint Commission’s psychiatric unit safety standards are a source of stress for many administrators. Here are a few ways to make sure your facility is prepared.
Staff
Former Southwest Airlines CEO Herb Kelleher, who died Jan. 3, believed in putting staff—not customers—first. The addiction treatment industry should follow his lead.
Policy
It's time to take note of some major cultural shifts that have been occurring as a result of the ACA.
Treatment
Evidence links depression with opioid use and addiction. Appropriate treatment of depression can play a role in addressing the opioid crisis. Here are several steps we can take to make this happen.
Trends
Behavioral healthcare is at a disproportionate risk for harm by a recent court ruling to invalidate the Affordable Care Act. It's now on the industry to push Congress to overturn the decision.
Treatment
Knowing quality of care suffers when we caregivers are burning out or suffering other mental distress, here are tips for self-care.
Policy
Enjoy the upcoming holiday season as a wonderful opportunity for reflection, renewal and reform.
Treatment
As we resume our work after a weekend of giving thanks to our families, expressing gratitude for those in our workplace can go a long way toward reducing burnout.
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