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OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Case Study Technology is an important tool in efforts by behavioral health organizations to bridge the “science to service” gap, according to Thomas W. Doub, Ph.D., vice president for research at Centerstone in Nashville, Tennessee. Based on an Institute of Medicine report, the lag time between the development of research-proven protocols and widespread adoption in clinical practice is about 17 years. Dr. Doub notes that technology has brought “previously unimagined benefits” to the field, such as the ability to . . .
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By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Case Study Technology is an important tool in efforts by behavioral health organizations to bridge the “science to service” gap, according to Thomas W. Doub, Ph.D., vice president for research at Centerstone in Nashville, Tennessee. Based on an Institute of Medicine report, the lag time between the development of research-proven protocols and widespread adoption in clinical practice is about 17 years. Dr. Doub notes that technology has brought “previously unimagined benefits” to the field, such as the ability to . . .
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OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Case Study Technology is an important tool in efforts by behavioral health organizations to bridge the “science to service” gap, according to Thomas W. Doub, Ph.D., vice president for research at Centerstone in Nashville, Tennessee. Based on an Institute of Medicine report, the lag time between the development of research-proven protocols and widespread adoption in clinical practice is about 17 years. Dr. Doub notes that technology has brought “previously unimagined benefits” to the field, such as the ability to . . .
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