By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Cover Story As our economy has slowed over the past decade, outsourcing has become a much-debated trend in U.S. business circles. What started as the outsourcing of data entry and call centers has moved to technical development and "white collar" management positions. The workforce in the behavioral health and social service field has been rather oblivious to the outsourcing phenomenon. In part, we think this is due to the age old perception that "all health care is local" and . . .
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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Cover Story As our economy has slowed over the past decade, outsourcing has become a much-debated trend in U.S. business circles. What started as the outsourcing of data entry and call centers has moved to technical development and "white collar" management positions. The workforce in the behavioral health and social service field has been rather oblivious to the outsourcing phenomenon. In part, we think this is due to the age old perception that "all health care is local" and . . .
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