Category: Recovery

Alcohol Awareness Month

April is alcohol awareness month, a time when people pause to recognize the effects of alcohol on people’s lives.  Alcoholism: A Problem Made Worse By COVID  Unless you’re an essential worker, you’ve likely spent even more time than usual at home during the COVID pandemic and the state of your mental health could be on the decline. According to a study from The American

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How to Prepare Your Organization for Value-Based Care

It’s coming and Procentive is here to help in your transition! Paving the Way for Wraparound Care Providers using Procentive are well aware that physical trauma can have a lasting impact on clients’ mental state and behavioral patterns. Unfortunately, there isn’t always a clear way for medical and behavioral professionals to communicate as they help

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3 Tips for Maintaining Outcomes Integrity in Behavioral Health

The Behavioral Health field is undergoing a data revolution where electronic capture of daily activity is expected to produce reports that demonstrate, among other things, quality. The initial response to this paradigm shift is to have an electronic health record that can capture data, and produce reporting and analytics capabilities that use the data to

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Meaningful Use in Behavioral Health | Taming the Wild Wild West

There’s a certain allure to western movies. Of watching the main hero overcome the Wild West and all it entails, gun fights, train robberies, stampedes, fellow cowboys without the good-side the hero inevitably has. The central conflict and the main character will change with each movie, but one aspect of the movie is always consistent.

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