Access to Behavioral Health

Feb 18, 2021
Front-line health care workers impacted by the COVID-19 health crisis can apply for copayment assistance through a new HealthWell fund for behavioral health treatments.
Feb 16, 2021
Some provider organizations are developing powerful networks by forging broad-based community partnerships, integrating physical and behavioral health care and more to address barriers to access. During a recent AHA Transformation Talks video, leaders from WakeMed Health and Hospitals in Raleigh, N…
Feb 10, 2021
Community partnerships could address mental health care lack-of-access issues, writes Sean Blair, chief growth officer for ncgCARE, a behavioral health care organization with providers in North Carolina, Virginia, Georgia and West Virginia.
Feb 8, 2021
Leaders from WakeMed Health and Hospitals in Raleigh, N.C., share strategies to overcome behavioral health disparities and increase patients’ access to appropriate caregivers at the right time and place.
Feb 5, 2021
Community partnerships could address mental health care lack-of-access issues, writes Sean Blair, chief growth officer of ncgCARE, a behavioral health care organization with provider agencies in North Carolina, Virginia, Georgia and West Virginia. Learn how to form valuable partnerships and…
Jan 25, 2021
This webinar is presented by: Sarah E. Wakeman, MD Medical Director, Massachusetts General Hospital Substance Use Disorder Initiative Medical Director, Massachusetts General Hospital Addiction Consult Team Director, Addiction Medicine Fellowship Program Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard…
Jan 21, 2021
When hundreds of leaders gather virtually February 17–18 for the AHA Rural Health Care Leadership Conference, there will be opportunities for you to make, build and renew connections that help innovate and transform health care, through a pioneering approach toward conferencing.
Jan 19, 2021
The AHA recently signed on in support of model legislation that states can use to hold health insurers accountable for discriminating against those with mental health and substance use disorders by denying coverage of care.