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Jan 08
Why D.A.R.E. didn’t work and harm reduction education does

Haven Health Management explains why harm reduction saves more lives than abstinence education.

Jan 08
From psychedelic drug research, to advancing a Bill for recovery, cards are stacked to defeat opioid addiction

Explore the latest in opioid addiction news including how advocates and governments are pushing for a cure.

Jan 08
5 Ways to Promote Mental Health for Healthcare Workers

Haven Health Management explores how the healthcare industry can promote mental health in the workplace.

Jan 08
Untreated mental health stifles economy in Indiana

Untreated mental health costs the Indiana economy about $4.2 billion a year. Learn more with Haven Health Management.

Dec 06
FTC Sues to Block Potential John Muir Monopoly

ack in January, nonprofit John Muir Health announced that it had entered into a definitive agreement with Tenet Healthcare to become the sole owner of San Ramon Regional Medical Center. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has now filed a lawsuit seeking to halt the planned $142.5 million acquisition of San Ramon by John Muir Health […]

Dec 06
$11 Million Awarded After Woman Died From Drinking Kratom

A woman’s family was awarded $11 million from a wrongful death lawsuit against the company that sold her kratom, an herb that produces opioid-like effects.  In June 2021, Krystal Talavera, a 39-year-old mother of four, collapsed in her Florida home when preparing breakfast. Next to the mother was an open package of kratom with a […]

Dec 06
UnitedHealth Lawsuit: Can AI Deny Healthcare Services?

Two families sued the UnitedHealth Group last week, saying that this well-known insurance company is using artificial intelligence like naviHealth’s program, as cited in the lawsuit, to deny or shorten rehab stays for two men just months before they died.  Insurance claims are typically addressed by professionals at insurance companies, but now, AI is making […]

Dec 06
NIDA Study: Men 2-3 Times More Likely to Die from Overdose

In a recent study conducted by scientists from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City and the U.S. National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), a concerning trend in drug overdose death has been identified among American men. This research, where data was collected from 2020-2021, reveals that men are two […]

Dec 06
Biden Administration Pushes Schools to Stock Naloxone

On October 31, The Biden administration announced that schools throughout the United States are encouraged to carry and learn how to administer naloxone during an overdose crisis to reverse deadly opioid effects in students.  Rahul Gupta, Director of the White House Office of Drug Control Policy, and Miguel Cardona, Secretary of Education, each wrote a […]

Nov 29
Data Security For Healthcare: Essential Measures 

Explore vital solutions for robust data security in healthcare, ensuring safety. Find effective strategies here.