Keyword: National Council for Behavioral Health
Cost and access remain significant barriers to mental health treatment, according to a new survey.
Improved medication adherence could lead to significant cost savings and better care management, according to a new report.
New data is putting renewed attention on an issue that can have a profound impact on healthcare professionals.
Thursday, July 5, 2018
Turning engagement into sustained behavior change and meaningful outcomes requires health improvement solutions to go beyond simply providing text messaging as a communication modality.
There are some simple changes that behavioral health providers can make to improve coordination.
Officials in Missouri have invested heavily in data analytics to monitor patients with behavioral health needs—and it's already begun to pay off.
Providence St. Joseph Health and Kaiser Permanente are both incorporating mental health first aid into their behavioral health programs.
A commission tasked by President Donald Trump to address the opioid epidemic issued its final report on Wednesday, outlining over 50 recommendations.
Providers said on Thursday that President Donald Trump’s declaration that the opioid crisis is a national public health emergency is a good and necessary step to raise awareness about the epidemic, but on its own it won’t solve the problem.
Much of the talk at the first meeting of the Trump administration’s commission on opioids centered on a key topic: Medicaid.