"The presence of a substance use disorder often doubles the odds for the subsequent development of chronic and expensive medical illnesses, such as arthritis, chronic pain, heart disease, stroke, hypertension, diabetes, and asthma"
Our best-in-class solutions deliver improved clinical and financial outcomes for behavioral health including substance use disorder and addiction treatment.
Reduce unnecessary treatment episodes and costs for patients with complex needs.
Enable quality measurement and improvement across your provider networks.
Better post-acute engagement keeps members in your network.
Expand access to care through MAP's engagement ecosystem, telehealth networks and primary care integration model.
In this article, Dr. Kimball dispels myths and misconceptions regarding Native Americans and alcohol addiction.
In this article we discuss how extending the continuum of care for incarcerated individuals and teenagers can save lives.
In this article, Dr. Kimball clears up some common misconceptions regarding marijuana use.
Jacob's article in the Huffington Post discusses the importance of patient education in healthcare
Wolters Kluwer Health announced today that MAP Health Management® has chosen Health Language® to improve interoperability…
MAP is proud to have been chosen as a finalist for the 2017 Fierce Innovation Awards.
MAP Health Management and IBM Watson Health announced that MAP will utilize Watson cognitive technologies with the MAP…
MAP is pleased to announce a strategic partnership with Lief Therapeutics and their Smart Patch device.