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Articles from Behavioral Healthcare (April 1, 2007)

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Anticipating the worst: a little planning can go a long way during an emergency. Cesare-Murphy, Mary 1255
Clients' role in fire prevention: a behavioral health organization discovers a missing piece in its fire prevention plan. Morello, Sharon 1083
Connecting the docs: Ohio providers turn to videoconferencing to increase consumers' access to psychiatrists. Williams, Wendy 790
EASNA update: what's happening at the Employee Assistance Society of North America. Paul, Rich 570
Emphasizing the greater good: important traits need to be passed onto the next generation of addiction treatment leaders. Hunsicker, Ronald J. 685
Flexible design: a large New York provider designs a one-size-fits-all residential facility. Bacci, Jennifer 923
Improving aftercare effectiveness: a managed care organization studies what helps patients keep outpatient appointments after inpatient discharge. Schwartz, Jeffrey; Hiatt, Deirdre; Hargrave, George; Shaffer, Ian 1213
Linking research and practice: by working together, we can make real improvements in treatment delivery. Shern, David 772
More than words. Edwards, Douglas J. Editorial 355
Old dominion embraces transformation: Virginia's community-based service system finds opportunities during a budget crunch. Bergeron, Mary Ann 869
Pay attention to details: many factors influence furniture selection for behavioral healthcare environments. Levin-Epstein, Michael 743
Responding during tough economic times: EAPs can be valuable resources when companies downsize, but they shouldn't underprice and oversell their services. Pompos, William S. 1324
Returning vets need a network of care: where VA services are hard to reach, local behavioral health providers could fill in the gaps. Manderscheid, Ronald W. 671
Stranger in a strange land: experience at the recent HIMSS conference shows how far the field has to go to be accepted by the medical community. Morrison, Dennis P. 1025
The importance of compliance planning: compliance planning for behavioral healthcare providers used to be a good idea--now it's essential. Glasel, David P. Cover story 1733
The importance of early treatment of schizophrenia. 2508
Turn evaluations into mentoring sessions: performance evaluations don't have to be dreadful--try the Get-Give-Merge-Go approach. Ashcraft, Lori; Anthony, William A. 1088
Workplace drug testing's mixed success: employers see the benefit in drug testing--but not treatment. Judge, W.J. 1026

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