By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry Analysis Ten years ago, the behavioral health field was focused on the push to reduce spending. Reductions in total spending, reduction in per-beneficiary spending, reduction in per-day spending - these figures were analyzed and reviewed. Whether you were for it or against it, the discussion was of fee schedules and capitation, the mechanics and ethics of prospective authorization, and how to change behavioral health from fee-for-service and program-based reimbursement to a managed care model.
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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry Analysis Ten years ago, the behavioral health field was focused on the push to reduce spending. Reductions in total spending, reduction in per-beneficiary spending, reduction in per-day spending - these figures were analyzed and reviewed. Whether you were for it or against it, the discussion was of fee schedules and capitation, the mechanics and ethics of prospective authorization, and how to change behavioral health from fee-for-service and program-based reimbursement to a managed care model.
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