With 2018 in the rear view, it's time to look ahead to the trends set to define 2019. We've collected some we believe will have a great impact this year and beyond.
For some, the holidays are the most wonderful time of the year; but for those in recovery, the season can be a stressful period fraught with triggers. Whether you're in recovery yourself or want to support a loved one who is, we've assembled some resources with tools for having the happiest, healthiest holiday possible:
Stanley Rokaw, far right, in his natural habitat.
Before attending the Treatment Center Investment & Valuation Retreat (TCIV) in Scottsdale next week, Stanley Rokaw, Avea’s Principal Product Manager, shares some thoughts and tips from his experiences as a behavioral health conference veteran.
Write-offs have, unfortunately, become the norm for behavioral health facilities these days. Many treatment centers lack the tools that are pivotal for fighting incorrect denials and poor reimbursements; others simply lack the necessary infrastructure for creating consistent revenue and avoiding excessive write-offs.
That being said, here are some tools that will help reduce your write-offs in 2019:
We've assembled some of the most interesting and relevant behavioral health news stories from November 2018, touching on current events and industry trends you should be aware of.
We've assembled some of the most interesting and relevant behavioral health news stories from October 2018, touching on current events and industry trends you should be aware of.
As we delve deeper into the spooky season, it's a great time to consider how to protect yourself against the most terrifying danger of all: a lack of clarity regarding your payer relationships. The more you understand best practices when it comes to working with payers, the better chance you have of warding off monstrous consequences to your bottom line.
As behavioral health treatment continues to take center stage across the country, providers and facilities are being thrust into the uncomfortable position of growing their staff.
In the regular world, this is pretty routine. You place an ad on a job-posting site or reach out to colleagues for recruiting referrals, and kick off the HR process from there. Simple enough, right?
The problem in the behavioral health industry is that there's a shortage of behavioral health professionals in the workforce.
We can’t believe Moments of Change is over again for another year. It’s always so inspiring to meet up with valued partners within the beautiful surroundings of The Breakers hotel in Palm Beach, Florida every fall, and without fail it always goes by way too fast!