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Aside from his involvement with mental health parity, Steve has also recently helped health plans develop, implement, and measure the performance of integrated medical / behavioral healthcare programs, including the use of creative predictive modeling approaches.
A behavioral health home could foster consumer empowerment, recovery, good peer support, and needed primary care services by linking specially-trained primary care providers with behavioral healthcare programs.
He also oversees and helped develop Riverside's Urgent Behavioral Healthcare program, a service integrating primary and behavioral health care that serves more than 80 doctors in the Blackstone Valley.
Moreover, general practices and behavioral healthcare programs in rural communities can offer clients care resources not locally available.
May 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Aspen Education Group's Aspen Ranch, a Utah-based residential treatment center for teens, and SUWS of the Carolinas, a North Carolina-based outdoor behavioral healthcare program, were featured on a May 5, 2005, segment of the nationally syndicated "Dr.
The partnership positions APS and HMC to deliver a unique suite of care management and behavioral healthcare programs that specifically address the needs of the multi-employer/labor and trust market.
Also, BHIPS is used to manage diversion programs within the Texas Department of Criminal Justice and as part of the NorthSTAR managed behavioral healthcare program in a seven-county area surrounding Dallas.
Using Internet technologies, Centromine's applications are the first of their kind to allow behavioral healthcare programs and providers to manage the delivery and associated quality and cost of services completely over the Internet.