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Outpatient Behavioral Health Treatment Associated With Reduced Medical and Pharmacy Spending

Investing in outpatient behavioral health treatment pathways found to be a cost-effective measure to better manage both medical and behavioral conditions. In recent years, behavioral health diagnoses in the United States (US) have been on the rise. Mental health treatments are notoriously expensive, and people with a behavioral health condition (BHC) incur 2.8 to 6.2 … Read more

Need to expand outpatient care coverage : The Tribune India

Soham D Bhaduri Health Policy Expert OUTPATIENT (ambulatory) care coverage has been a debatable topic in Indian healthcare for quite some time now. The three-tier ‘command and control’ system of government health centres and hospitals has failed in meeting the growing curative care needs and aspirations of the population. Yet, the government … Read more

Spero Health Picks Up 4 New Outpatient Clinics in First Acquisition

Spero Health has bought fellow outpatient addiction provider My Turning Point in its first acquisition. The new acquisition will give the Brentwood, Tennessee-headquartered provider four new outpatient addiction treatment program locations in Kentucky. This comes as Spero Health continues its ambitious growth plan heading into the final stretch of 2022. Financial terms of the My … Read more

Rothman Orthopaedics Institute has seen a huge shift toward outpatient joint replacements

When a Rothman Orthopaedic Institute surgeon replaced Kathryn Patterson’s left hip in May 2021, the North Cape May resident was part of a massive shift in the way joint replacements are done. The 78-year-old arrived at the AtlantiCare surgery center in Egg Harbor Township at 7 a.m. the day of her surgery and was back … Read more

Inpatient vs. Outpatient Rehab: Which Is More Effective?

Even before the coronavirus pandemic occurred, the number of people in the U.S. age 18 and older with at least one substance use disorder (SUD) was estimated to be over 20 million.  Since the dawn of the pandemic, researchers have noted increases in substance use disorders and drug overdoses. With those statistics in mind, the … Read more

Queensland Health has hundreds of thousands of people waiting for specialist outpatient care

In December, Heather Jacobs was told she would be seen by a specialist cardiology clinic within three months. She’s still waiting. “I have got heart failure, and I’ve got angina … and the ischaemic heart,” she said. “All that sounds terrible, but I’m still going. “They want to investigate, because palpitations have started happening, so … Read more