Today, approximately 90 percent of U.S. residents have health insurance with significant gains in health coverage occuring over the past five years. Health insurance facilitates access to care and is associated with lower death rates, better health outcomes, and improved productivity. Despite recent gains, more than 28 million individuals still lack coverage, putting their physical, mental, and financial health at risk.
AHA comments on the CMS proposed Notice of Benefit and Payment Parameters for 2020.
AHA Center for Health Innovation Market Scan
It can be difficult to find creative ways to optimize the time of psychiatrists and other caregivers who treat mental health patients. Likewise, finding better…
AHA to House Committee on Energy and Commerce Re: Hearing on H.R. 986, H.R. 987, H.R. 1010 and H.R. 1143
AHA letter to The Honorable Anna G.
HHS Releases Proposed Rules on Patient Access, Interoperability, Information Blocking and Certification
The Centers for Medicare…
Behavioral Health Update February 2019 2019 Section new leaders, learning opportu