A new decade has finally dawned, and behavioral health continues to advance. We’ve collected a variety of topics we believe will define the behavioral health landscape in 2020, with sources examining each one. Throughout 2020, we plan to expound on each of these topics ourselves, adding our expert opinions to the larger discussion. For now, consider this an introduction to what to expect in the coming year.
The addiction treatment industry is on the precipice of enormous change. Ongoing lawsuits—brought on by unethical behavior and business practices—will affect the way insurance providers reimburse addiction treatment facilities going forward. The challenge has been sounded: treatment providers must reevaluate and improve their manner of conduct if they wish to succeed under increased scrutiny.
Avea Solutions is a proud recipient of The Portland Business Journal Small Business Innovation Award. The award was created to honor Portland’s most impressive and innovative companies with fewer than 100 employees that provide a compelling and innovative product or service. Winners were announced and honored at a private banquet hosted by the Portland Business Journal on April 23.
Behavioral healthcare billing is a complicated but integral process for recovery centers. Getting paid in a timely manner is essential for most providers, but it can be one of the most difficult things to make happen in practice.
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.
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.
Beginning January 1st, 2018, new CPT coding changes regarding psychiatric collaborative care management services will go into effect.
Oregon Recovers, a new statewide campaign that aims “to take Oregon from last to first in access and availability to addiction treatment and recovery services,” is holding an event this weekend to create greater awareness of its mission on the state level.