By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Ask the Expert Many behavioral health and social service organizations are struggling with their payer mix, either due to concerns about being too reliant on one payer source — such as this example — or wanting to achieve a financially healthy balance between those payer sources that cover the cost of care with those that do not. The unfortunate reality is that for a large number of organizations, efforts to diversify payer sources and develop new programs with a positive margin are not . . .
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OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Ask the Expert Many behavioral health and social service organizations are struggling with their payer mix, either due to concerns about being too reliant on one payer source — such as this example — or wanting to achieve a financially healthy balance between those payer sources that cover the cost of care with those that do not. The unfortunate reality is that for a large number of organizations, efforts to diversify payer sources and develop new programs with a positive margin are not . . .
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