By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Bottom Line Unfortunately, this predicament is becoming more and more common, and for some organizations “to contract or not to contract” with local managed behavioral health organizations (MBHOS) is one of the toughest decisions they’ll ever make. In the past, many organizations took an approach to contracting that meant signing contracts with any and all willing MBHOs, regardless of the terms or consequences. Now that managed care markets are becoming mature, it may be time to re-evaluate . . .
Restricted Content

You must be a member to view this resource.

Log in | Sign up or learn more about membership options
OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Bottom Line Unfortunately, this predicament is becoming more and more common, and for some organizations “to contract or not to contract” with local managed behavioral health organizations (MBHOS) is one of the toughest decisions they’ll ever make. In the past, many organizations took an approach to contracting that meant signing contracts with any and all willing MBHOs, regardless of the terms or consequences. Now that managed care markets are becoming mature, it may be time to re-evaluate . . .
Restricted Content

You must be a member to view this resource.

Log in | Sign up or learn more about membership options

Login to access The OPEN MINDS Circle Library. Not a member? Create your free account now!