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

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May 8, 2016   Tom Kimball, Ph.D.

As published in The Doctor Weighs In by Tom Kimball, PhD., MAP Clinical Director about gifts to Moms on Mothers Day from their children in recovery....

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April 26, 2016   Tom Kimball, Ph.D.

As published in The Doctor Weighs In by Tom Kimball, PhD., MAP Clinical Director about alcoholism on college campuses....

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April 4, 2016   Chris Nerney

As published in HIE Watch by Chris Nerney, Kemah Palms Recovery has deployed software from MAP Health Management that allows its staff to track patient population data in real time....

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April 18, 2016   Tom Kimball, Ph.D.

What would happen if everyone who drank to excess stopped drinking or never began? For starters, a whole lot of children under the age of 18 would live instead of die as alcohol kills more children in this world than all other drugs combined. Millions of adults would also live longer as 3.3 million people worldwide die due to its impact. ...

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April 12, 2016   Jacob Levenson

You’ve noticed. We’ve all noticed. The public has noticed, presidential candidates have noticed, health insurance payers have noticed, nurses, law enforcement officers, spouses, employers, teachers, parents, middle school students…everyone has noticed. Addiction has gone mainstream. No longer a shushed subject or a topic to be whispered about, it has come out of its proverbial closet and is throwing an imposing coming out party....

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March 25, 2016   Bill Siwicki

As published in Healthcare IT News by Bill Siwicki, Substance use disorder treatment centers are notoriously behind in technology, but Kemah Palms Recovery has implemented the tracking tech and an EHR to improve outcomes and report value. . The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services said earlier this month that...


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