The concept of value-based payment in health care is, in simple terms, payment for care delivery should be tied to the quality of care rather than the volume of services provided. Numerous value-based – a.k.a. alternative payment models (APMs) – have been introduced...
Despite contingency management’s efficacy, the intervention is rarely available as part of community-based treatment due to murky interpretation of federal and state regulations that suggest government-funded health programs cannot provide financial incentives to beneficiaries and can often be set up in ways that trigger anti-kickback concerns.
Biden’s Strategy to Address National Mental Health Crisis Includes Promising Policy Solutions for Veterans
President Joe Biden’s “Strategy to Address Our National Mental Health Crisis,” as outlined during his State of the Union address, includes two policy solutions that provide hope for improving services for veterans.
February 21- 27 is National Eating Disorders Awareness Week. This week we call much needed attention to eating disorders, some of the most complex and difficult to treat behavioral health conditions.
Transformative leadership includes innovating for today and envisioning the future positive impacts and challenges that can drive lasting innovation. As we witness the hard lessons of the COVID-19 era – how do we move forward?
The Pew Research Center estimates that 22 percent of the U.S. population in 2050 will consist of adults 65 and older. As adults age, they face specific risk factors that increase their chances of behavioral health challenges.