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March 16, 2021
The Foundation for Opioid Response Efforts (FORE) on Tuesday announced that it is providing $1.3 million in grants for six organizations to assess temporary regulatory relaxations and policy changes that were enacted to ease access to treatment for opioid use disorder without in-person interactions…
March 11, 2021
It has been one year since the World Health Organization declared the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic on March 11, 2020. Where do we stand today? Where are we going?
January 04, 2021
Long predicted, the next wave of the COVID-19 pandemic has arrived at our doorstep in full force. The United States is shattering daily case records, states are enacting a patchwork of inconsistent lockdown measures, and field hospitals—often the same ones that were dismantled as cases dropped in…
December 22, 2020
Not unexpectedly, the length and uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic has led to an alarming increase in behavioral health issues. From depression and anxiety to substance use and abuse, individuals are either experiencing behavioral health issues for the first time or relapsing into harmful…
December 04, 2020
While buyers likely will be viewing the marketplace through the lens of the COVID-19 pandemic until the midpoint of the year, a confluence of factors has the Braff Group, the mergers and acquisitions firm that specializes in healthcare services, feeling bullish about market activity in 2021,…
December 03, 2020
Throughout the pandemic this year, the Psychiatry & Behavioral Health Learning Network and Gloo, a technology platform provider for organizations that champion personal growth, have been conducting regular surveys of the field to better understand the rapid changes taking place and provide…
November 20, 2020
Although a majority of addiction treatment providers have forged ahead through the COVID-19 pandemic, not closing programming or facilities, a combination of unforeseen pandemic-related expenses and fewer admissions have put a financial—and mental—strain on the industry in 2020, according to…
November 18, 2020
In a recent survey conducted by the American Psychological Association, 29% of psychologists said they are seeing more patients since the start of the pandemic, and almost all are now using telehealth platforms at least part of the time to provide treatment. Other findings from the study, which…
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