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Articles from Behavioral Healthcare (June 22, 2015)

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2015 Behavioral Healthcare Champions. Miller, Julie 3144
Annual design showcase brings balancing act to light: consider special populations when incorporating aesthetics. Brown, Julia Report 6607
Don't wait for the market to make decisions for you. Miller, Julie Editorial 482
For-profit trend could leave not-for-profits nervous: what you do with the money is far more important than your business model. Miller, Julie 1663
How do we segment data for privacy? Local and national projects aim to share data within the current limitations. Raths, David 1607
How to keep tabs on Rx drug abuse: use of PMPs is growing, but many struggle to leverage the data as a prevention tool. Albright, Brian 2053
How to stretch $50K and get your money's worth. Brown, Julia 1645
Quality definitions emerge: new measures are being developed, but a lack of data makes setting benchmarks challenging. Albright, Brian 1938
Rogers Memorial Hospital: Brown Deer, Wisconsin. Brown, Julia 1029
Smartphone apps offer support for sud: the ubiquitous smartphone can be another tool to add to long-term recovery. Raths, David 1571
The Oaks at La Paloma: Memphis, Tennessee. Brown, Julia 614
Things you never expected from ACA: more administrative tasks will call for extra time and extra patience. Sederstrom, Jill 1466
Twitter talk. Combs, Megan 252
Warm handoffs serve as the first step toward accountable care: the accountable approach requires integration and coordination among disparate providers. Sammer, Joanne 1251
What is an empirically supported clinician? If we don't measure outcomes, our services will be treated like a commodity. Jones, Edward R. 797
Why we must redefine addiction treatment: a more comprehensive, chronic care approach incorporates many elements that are available now. Tamasi, Raymond V. 1227

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