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23 Apr Isn’t filling all your patient beds just like McDonald’s offering all-day breakfast? Revenue and Cash Flow Considerations of Accepting In-Network Vs. Out of Network Patients

Do you know how McDonald’s considered all-day breakfast?  When McDonald’s was considering a multitude of consumer requests for all day breakfast, a study was done to see about how the company could accomplish such a feat from an operational standpoint and the impact on overall...

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25 Sep Effective Appeals

Patients seeking treatment for mental health diagnoses often struggle to utilize their insurance coverage for their treatment. Although mental health coverage has grown over recent years, it can seem impossible to receive coverage for mental health claims even on the best policies. According to a...

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07 Jun Insurance Auditing

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The behavioral health treatment industry has seen a rise in health insurance audits and scrutiny of medical necessity of patient services and the integrity of providers and their organizations. Likewise the industry has realized a rise in fraudulent insurance claims and clinical documentation indicating services...

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06 Jan Networking in Behavioral Health

Networking is an essential part of the behavioral health industry. This provides treatment centers and other services an avenue to unify and create lasting partnerships that are mutually beneficial. In this article we are going to cover some key aspects of networking. Creating a positive...

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12 Dec Toxicology in the Behavioral Health Industry…

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] What is happening with Toxicology in the Behavioral Health Industry? Toxicology in the behavioral health industry is under harsh scrutiny largely influenced by many unethical testing practices, some laboratory companies exploiting the industry for financial gains, fraudulent testing practices, testing without clinical or medicinal rationale, insufficient...

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22 Jul Breast Cancer and Alcohol Use

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Breast cancer probably isn’t the first form of cancer that comes to mind when you consider the link between alcohol use and cancer, but studies have consistently been showing a strong link between heavy alcohol use and breast cancer—especially in women. One recent study conducted...

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22 Mar The Effects of Marijuana Addiction

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Nowadays, there seems to be a trend of people who think that the effects of marijuana are relatively harmless. While it is true that marijuana is a far less dangerous substance than many other illicit street substances, this is inherently misleading. Marijuana is still a drug that is highly abused around the country, and it has the capacity to negatively impact the mental and physical capacity of the people who use it. While there needs to be a big conversation about how we continue to look at marijuana addiction and the intense, and counterproductive, criminalization that has happened over the past few decades, it's important not to become ignorant about how the impact that marijuana has on our bodies. Here are some effects of marijuana abuse...
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