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Oct 24
Key to Quality Care: Employee Satisfaction

Boost healthcare employee satisfaction with effective strategies from Haven Health Management.

Oct 11
KFF: Most Americans Touched by Substance Use

The United States experienced a concerning rise in overdose deaths during 2022. The latest KFF Health Tracking Poll records the public’s personal experiences with alcohol and drug addiction. While most American adults reported being touched by substance use, a much smaller percentage report receiving or knowing someone who has received treatment. This highlights the need […]

Oct 11
The SAMHSA Report: Substance Use and Mental Health Recovery

On September 20, 2023, The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) released a detailed report titled Recovery from Substance Use and Mental Health Problems Among Adults in the United States. Based on the 2021 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) data, this report provides invaluable insights into the recovery journey of […]

Oct 11
Nitazenes: The New Opioids on the Block

For years, the primary villain in the opioid crisis has been street fentanyl, a synthetic opioid significantly more potent than traditional opioids like heroin and morphine. However, a new and even more dangerous class of synthetic opioids known as nitazenes is now emerging on the illicit drug market, posing an unprecedented threat to public health. […]

Sep 22
Achieving Excellence: Behavioral Health Accreditation

Step into healthcare, where ensuring quality care isn’t merely a commitment but an absolute necessity. In this ever-evolving landscape, one term that holds significant importance is “behavioral health accreditation.” Accreditation is like a seal of approval, a recognition that healthcare facilities receive after meeting specific standards. Accreditation isn’t just a bureaucratic process. It serves a […]

Sep 22
Increased Overdose Risk for Healthcare Professionals

The healthcare industry, a cornerstone of society, stands as a beacon of care and healing. Yet, within its folds emerges a disconcerting concern: drug overdose among its workforce. This issue casts a shadow over the well-being of individuals dedicated to healing and reverberates through the healthcare system.  Study and Methodology A study featured in the […]

Sep 22
Supreme Court Temporarily Blocks Purdue Pharma Bankruptcy Settlement 

At the beginning of August, the Supreme Court temporarily blocked a nationwide settlement, which would have protected the family behind OxyContin from civil lawsuits. The Biden administration requested that this agreement, which was reached last year with state and local government, be delayed. The high courts will now hear arguments before the end of this […]

Sep 22
Granting Hope: Recent Funding for Youth Mental Health

The Biden-Harris administration has shown a solid commitment to tackling the pressing issues of youth mental health and substance use disorders (SUDs). In a significant move, over $88 million in grants have been awarded to amplify and fortify treatment programs in these areas. The focus of these grants revolves around two key aspects: strengthening school-based […]

Sep 22
Role of Continuing Education in Healthcare

Effective healthcare management prioritizes continuing education and evolution in healthcare