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Debunking 11 decision-making myths: A Harvard Business Review Report

When faced with a complicated decision, many of us fall into counterproductive behaviors that can hinder our ability to make well-informed choices. Hear from Harvard Business Review leader, Cheryl Einhorn, as she dispels 11 myths about decision-making, and provides tips on how to avoid making these common mistakes in the...

Enhancing Behavioral Health Access

Enhancing Behavioral Health Access to Meet the Growing Opportunity in Urban Communities

In addition to the unique challenges and opportunities occurring in local communities, urban communities have their own hurdles to overcome in order to improve the access and overall quality of behavioral health services to its members.

Strategies to Improve Behavioral Health Access in Local Communities

Strategies to Improve Behavioral Health Access in Local Communities

As health systems work to effectively treat the 47.6 million individuals experiencing mental illness each year1, they must first identify one of the key factors contributing to this growing issue – location.

New Survey Results Uncover Rising Mental Health Concerns

52 million people in the U.S are currently living with a mental health issue while more than 112 million Americans reside in areas where mental health services are scarce.1

Infographic: Increase Geriatric Behavioral Health Access through Partnership

Infographic: Increase Geriatric Behavioral Health Access through Partnership

By 2030, it is estimated that nearly 14 million Americans over the age of 55 will have a mental health or substance use disorder – an increase of 57 percent from 2012.1 This growing number has pushed behavioral health to the forefront of hospital strategic priorities.

Understanding and Overcoming the Rising Adolescent Mental Health Crisi

Understanding and Overcoming the Rising Adolescent Mental Health Crisis: 4 Factors

More than 44 percent of high school students reported persistent feelings of sadness or hopelessness in 2021 – an increase from 27 percent in 2004, as noted by the CDC.1

Achieving Optimal Adult Behavioral Health Outcomes

Achieving Optimal Adult Behavioral Health Outcomes: How Partnership can Help

Within the medically complex patient population, 57 percent report having a mental or substance use disorder in addition to their physical illness, as noted in a recent Milliman report.1 To reduce unnecessary medical spend and meet the needs of the behavioral health patient population, hospitals are finding partnership as a...

Infographic: 4 Benefits of Behavioral Health Partnership for Hospital Performance

Workforce shortages, restricted patient access and shifting reimbursement are among the top challenges facing hospitals trying to meet the growing behavioral health population. Addressing today’s need is vital to help safeguard the overall health of the community, and to relieve demand from emergency departments and other key areas of a...

Adult Behavioral Health: 2 Key Factors Contributing to Improved Outcomes

Between increasing presentations of medically complex illnesses among the aging patient population and growing strains being placed on emergency departments (EDs), hospitals are looking for effective strategies to help improve efficiencies and strengthen outcomes.

Behavioral health’s role in treating co-occurring conditions

Co-occurring disorders, or illnesses happening simultaneously such as depression and substance use disorder, can leave individuals feeling lost when it comes to identifying the best treatment options for themselves or loved ones.

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