American healthcare has undergone a radical transformation. Reimbursements have moved from volume to value. Increasingly, single hospitals have been absorbed into larger systems. Physicians now opt for employment over private practice. And consumers, who had few healthcare choices in the past, are...
With both patients and providers displaced by hurricanes, telemedicine services companies are offering free visits for not just physical but also emotional well-being.
River Edge Behavioral Health CEO Shannon Terrell calls for evidence-based treatments for those suffering from mental illness and substance abuse issues.
Manhattan firm Able To is among the more than two dozen mental-health startups set to close a record number of venture-backed equity investments this year.
The Senate GOP bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act could reverse progress in expanding access to behavioral health and substance abuse treatment, experts say.
Two Senate GOP moderates want to add funding to the Senate repeal bill for opioid addiction treatment. But experts question whether that would make up for the rollback of Medicaid expansion, which has enabled hundreds of thousands of Americans to access such care.
Modern Healthcare hosted a Facebook Live session June 14 with Managing Editor Matthew Weinstock and reporters Steven Ross Johnson and Harris Meyer, discussing our latest special report on behavioral health. Watch the session in replay.
Our series explores the link between behavioral health and chronic disease; assesses the promise of the 21st Century Cures Act; and profiles organizations making a difference on the front lines.
Providence St. Joseph Health's behavioral health foundation on Wednesday unveiled the first three recipients of grants from its $100 million fund to improve mental health treatment access and outcomes.
Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin health network, which operates three hospitals in eastern Wisconsin, is using online cognitive behavioral therapy to meet the growing demand for behavioral health services.
In 2013, Signature Medical Group began a pilot maternity-care program funded through a grant awarded by the CMS that looked to improve child health outcomes by providing behavioral health services to women with high-risk pregnancies.
In late April, President Donald Trump nominated Dr. Elinore McCance-Katz as the nation's first assistant secretary for mental health and substance abuse.