OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst

Pro & Con

Since the 1970s, partial hospitalization has been touted as a cost-effective and clinically-sound treatment modality. Yet, health insurance plans have been reluctant to provide coverage. According to Bureau of Labor Statistics data, fewer than 11% of all full-time employees of medium and large firms have coverage for treatment of behavioral health problems in day or night hospitals. HMOs, according to a survey by Interstudy, are more likely to use partial hospitalization - 57% have used them . . .

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