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Wednesday, February 12, 2020 at 1:00 PM

In his first groundbreaking webinar of 2020, nationally recognized healthcare marketing expert, and Dreamscape Marketing CEO Dan Gemp, will demonstrate the importance of using hindsight from 2019 to inform your 2020 marketing decisions. He will analyze key historical data points from the digital…

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Would you like to create a greater impact in the time you have with your clients?In the new healthcare economy, providers are being asked to do more with less, including spending less time with their clients. With as little as 15 minutes to deliver care to each client, every moment is critical, and focus must be on outcomes and interventions.So how do you get the most value out of the few minutes…
When private insurance payers review medical records, they are looking for the documentation to tell the patient’s story, reveal the complexities of their case and reflect the care the client received. Unfortunately, behavioral healthcare treatment center owners often fall short of providing the necessary documentation which leads to a high volume of medical record reviews, a series of audits and…
Too often in therapy, change is defeated by our traditional reliance on IQ. Typically, we emphasize passive IQ knowledge over the more active EQ, or emotional quotient. EQ is the essential factor needed to apply knowledge to change unhealthy reactive patterns. After all, feelings are what drives thoughts, attitudes and behaviors. Clients often know what to do, but they just don’t follow through,…
As providers survey the landscape today, there aren’t many opportunities to improve reimbursements rates.  Your in-network contracts are hard to change, and Medicare and Medicaid reimbursements are what they are.But out-of-network represents a last, great opportunity for many providers to bring more dollars in the door to improve the bottom-line.Join this webinar to hear experts John Bartos and…
Borderline personality disorder is seen frequently in addiction treatment settings. Because of the high risk of disruption and suicidality, special techniques are needed to properly care for these individuals. This presentation will take a closer look at the clinical and practical treatment strategies.
The importance of phone calls in the addiction rehabilitation industry can’t be overstated. First and foremost, quick and effective connections between clinics and callers must be established in a way that expedites admissions while protecting the privacy of those seeking treatment. In addition, calls should provide data that helps facilities optimize the performance of marketing, advertising,…
Have you ever wondered why institutional healthcare brands are so well respected? Why do we believe treatment is actually better at The Mayo Clinic, Johns Hopkins, and other legacy clinical  brands? The reality is that short of having experienced a specific medical system's treatment firsthand, we are subject to commonplace consumer perceptions of brand, technology, innovation, and reputation.
Change for behavioral healthcare providers has been fast and furious. Looking forward, the future looks as murky as the Mississippi River. The challenge facing many organizations is how to plan while managing immediate challenges amid so many federal and state regulatory concerns. 
Are you among those who by necessity ‘note now and document later’ your service to your clients? Is missing or poor documentation quality causing challenges for your agency?There is general agreement that providing care in the community adds a new level of complexity to staffing, care provision, and service documentation. Solving the mobile challenge in behavioral health is at the heart of the…
It may be time to question the current traditional treatment of substance use disorders and whether or not the efficacy of treatment of young adults could be increased by taking a more collaborative and developmental stance. Failure to launch is epidemic in young adults and, in most cases, co-occuring with a substance use disorder.
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