The behavioral health field is in a state of unprecedented transformation. Recent legislative enactments including mental health and substance use disorder parity laws, as well as the carve-in of behavior health services into managed health care plans, are expanding access to behavioral health care. And with increased mental health and substance use disorder awareness, it is becoming clear that systematic coordination of patients’ health care needs increases access to care that drives significant cost reductions. As a result, integrated care models that include mental health, substance use disorder treatment and physical health are becoming a priority across the country.
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Behavioral Healthcare Executive | July 22, 2020
This story features New York City Health Care associate Jena Grady for her outlook on the Department of Health & Human Services’ Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s final rule to 42 CFR Part 2 relating to substance use disorders.
American Health Lawyers Association | April 01, 2020
In this podcast, Washington, D.C. Health Care counsel Sarah Swank speaks with three hospital general counsel on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.
AHLA Speaking of Health Law | March 26, 2020
Washington DC Health Care counsel Sarah Swank appeared on this American Health Lawyers Association podcast to discuss how medical facilities are ramping up telehealth programs in response to the pandemic.
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