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From The Blog
A new kind of support group has developed for those with schizophrenic or other symptoms that cause them to hear voices originating from their minds.
The Collaborative Family Healthcare Association (CFHA) has announced the winners of its 2016 awards for contributions to family and integrated healthcare.
The National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) will host two webinars in early September on youth suicide prevention and psychologist management strategies.
Article on Racial Health Disparities in Philadelphia Quotes Integrated Healthcare Speaker Natalie Levkovich
The most significant determining factor of healthcare access was whether a neighborhood was majority African American or white. Natalie Levkovich, a speaker in the National Register’s Integrated Healthcare Training Series, contributed to the report.
Health Affairs: Early Efforts By Medicare Accountable Care Organizations Have Limited Effect On Mental Illness Care And Management
A new report has found that accountable care organizations (ACOs) have not statistically improved long-term spending patterns or their patients’ mental health gains in recent years.