MAP Articles

Informative articles, interviews, op-eds, blogs and findings from MAP are posted here regularly.

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July 25, 2016   Patricia Pavkovich

MAP Program Coordinator, Patty Pavkovich, writes about her experience learning to celebrate her recovery....

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July 15, 2016   Tom Kimball, Ph.D.

Summertime living is easy, right? Splashing in the pool, hanging out at the beach, tubing down the river, attending barbeques, cookouts, and family reunions—what more could you want? For someone trying to maintain their recovery from addiction, those proverbial dog days of summer can present challenges at every turn....

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July 15, 2016   Jacob Levenson

The strength of data-driven processes lead to the development of successful, sustainable solutions for providers, payers, and patients. Comprehensive behavioral health population management, predictive analytics, risk stratification, technology-enabled case management, and informed care direction, represent valuable resources for all those with a stake in improving treatment outcomes....

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July 14, 2016   Haven Lindsey

Population health and comprehensive pay-for-value approaches will give providers the ability to deliver best practice methods, improve treatment outcomes, and help contain the rising healthcare costs. We can no longer afford to be reactionary with encounter-based medicine. ...

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June 30, 2016   Jacob Levenson/Avi Mukherjee

Making care delivery safer is an important goal, as is expanding and extending patient care across healthcare organizations....

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June 25, 2016   Origins

For over 5 years, Origins Behavioral HealthCare has worked with MAP Health Management to create a treatment system that is driven by data which is continually collected and analyzed to improve care....


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