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February 29, 2016   Jacob Levenson

As published on February 28, 2016 on The Doctor Weighs In by Jacob Levenson. In 1935, two men, one a New York stockbroker, the other an Ohio surgeon, and both alcoholics, met and discussed their battles with addiction. From that meeting a spark was ignited and Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) began...

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February 19, 2016   Dr. Kerby Stewart, M.D.

As published on February 18, 2016, in Beckers Hospital Review by Kerby Stewart, M.D. Confidentiality is one of the core duties and ethical matters in healthcare and critical to understanding 42 CFR Part 2. Maintaining proper patient confidentiality requires that healthcare providers keep a patient’s personal health information private unless...

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February 16, 2016   Joseph Goedert

Written by Joseph Goedert and originally published on www.healthdatamanagement.com Within five years, the majority of substance abuse treatment providers will have telehealth technology to stay in touch with individuals after they leave an inpatient treatment setting. The reason is simple—those in treatment often regress and struggle to avoid the dangerous...

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February 8, 2016   Jacob Levenson

Every General and Admiral who leads our military understands the importance of tactical communications. Precise decisions based on key information is critical to successful operations particularly when much of the information is communicated using technology. And, astute business leaders understand that competent organizational communications are required in order to be...

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February 3, 2016   Haven Lindsey

The statistics are stark and endless. 39%: The percent increase of national heroin-related deaths from 2012 to 2013. 800%: The percent increase in requests for addiction treatment the state of Vermont saw in a recent 12-month period. 41%: The percent increase in overdose deaths in Ohio from 2012-2013. 94%: The...

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January 19, 2016   Chris Gates

In response to increased demand from major health insurance payers, the MAP Recovery Network adds 1,200 counselors to assist in battling the national addiction epidemic. MAP Health Management announced today it plans to add 1,200 licensed, professional counselors to its nationwide MAP Recovery Network. Data has demonstrated that patients who...


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As published on February 18, 2016, in Beckers Hospital Review by Kerby Stewart, M.D. Confidentiality is one of the…
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The statistics are stark and endless. 39%: The percent increase of national heroin-related deaths from 2012 to…
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Originally published at www.HealthcareFinanceNews.com. Dealing with patients suffering from drug overdoses is an…
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Did you happen to catch last night's Republican presidential debate? Plenty of punches were thrown, some landed and…