By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Special Feature Health care in the United States is now almost fully managed in both the public and private sector. Consequently, reimbursement rates are lower and risk has increased. Formalized system procedures dictate the method and means of access to the consumer which, often times result in a confusing maze of black and white, where health care treatment issues remain gray and fluid in their assessment. Mergers and affiliations, along with wholesale buyouts are common place. This has lead . . .
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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Special Feature Health care in the United States is now almost fully managed in both the public and private sector. Consequently, reimbursement rates are lower and risk has increased. Formalized system procedures dictate the method and means of access to the consumer which, often times result in a confusing maze of black and white, where health care treatment issues remain gray and fluid in their assessment. Mergers and affiliations, along with wholesale buyouts are common place. This has lead . . .
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