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Sep 22
Overcoming Substance Use Disorders During Pregnancy

Exploring pregnancy-related substance use disorders: facts, challenges, and support for maternal and fetal health

Sep 22
Mental Health in the Digital Era: Addressing the Growing Crisis

In today’s fast-paced and interconnected world, mental health has emerged as a critical issue affecting individuals of all ages and backgrounds. The advent of the digital era has brought both opportunities and challenges in addressing mental health concerns.  In this featured article, we explore the impact of the digital era on mental health, explore innovative […]

Sep 22
Science of Addiction: Neurobiology and Substance Abuse

By Dr. Rostislav Ignatov, Chief Medical Officer  Addiction is a multifaceted problem that affects millions of Americans. According to the 2021 NSDUH, approximately 46.3 million individuals aged 12 or older met the DSM-5 criteria for a substance use disorder (SUD) in the past year.  But what exactly is addiction, and how does it work? By […]

Sep 22
Self Care: A Guide to Treating Yourself Better

Self-care is an important yet often overlooked element in maintaining long-term mental and physical health. It involves anything one does for self-improvement, such as setting aside time for physical self-care rituals like mindfulness practices or yoga.  This article explains simple and small steps to improve your personal life and well-being, like better sleep habits and […]

Sep 22
Excellence in Healthcare Management Services

Fourteen percent of adults in the United States have a mental illness, according to the National Institute on Mental Health (NIMH). While your local doctor or pharmacy may be able to prescribe medication or provide counseling for certain mental illnesses, they aren’t trained to deal with other issues. That’s where community mental health services come […]

Sep 22
Managing Behavioral Health Tools and Solutions for Treatment Centers

The behavioral health management and solutions industry is both significant and very complex.  For example, did you know that one in five people will experience a behavioral health disorder at some point in their lives? The effects of untreated mental illnesses are devastating, but the treatments for such conditions can be equally challenging to navigate. […]

Sep 22
How to Work with Healthcare Management Services Agreements

A management services agreement (MSA) is a contract between two parties for the management of one entity by another. MSAs are more common in the business world than in healthcare.  A healthcare management services agreement is similar to a business relationship where one company hires another company to manage its employees, finances, and other aspects […]

Sep 22
Case Management in Behavioral Health Deserves Operative Support

“Case management” is the process of keeping your client’s life whole. In the behavioral health field, this means making sure they get the right medication, therapy, and resources at the right stages of treatment and need. It also means helping them with things like housing and transportation. Timing and Allocation of Resources is a Challenge […]

Sep 22
How Managed Providers Create Total Wellness

Integrated approaches to healthcare understand patients better. Under the model, psychiatrists, clinicians, nurses, and their support develop courses of care reflecting the complexity of illness. Considering biological, psychological, spiritual, and social needs, these teams coordinate and uplift every part of a patient’s life.  Haven Health Management anticipates (and hopes for) a future when all—patients and […]

Sep 22
The 10 Commandments of Loving Someone Living with Addiction

Be Patient – This is not like getting your appendix out—“one trip to the hospital, and it is over.” No, this is the long haul. There are no shortcuts or instant cures. It will take a while to get them into treatment and recovery. Even then, there is no fix or guarantee in a life-long […]