By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry Analysis In the year 2000, merger and acquisition activity in the behavioral health field continued - but with a different twist. Most of the mergers this year were on the provider (as opposed to managed care) side of the field. The lack of activity on the managed care sector is as notable as the struggles of the largest managed behavioral health employee assistance organizations to digest their mergers of years past and increase their profitability. The big story of . . .
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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry Analysis In the year 2000, merger and acquisition activity in the behavioral health field continued - but with a different twist. Most of the mergers this year were on the provider (as opposed to managed care) side of the field. The lack of activity on the managed care sector is as notable as the struggles of the largest managed behavioral health employee assistance organizations to digest their mergers of years past and increase their profitability. The big story of . . .
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