Hiring the Right People
They sought a trust relationship with the rehab– one that would continue through future referrals as well as the current one.
These volunteers work for the welfare of the community by supporting the important work of your organization.
Topics: administration, family involvement, financial strategies, recovery-friendly, stigma
I ask myself if this Board, as presently constituted, is capable of taking the organization to that level of success.
Topics: administration, financial strategies, program development
Evidence is Great, But…
Research admittedly takes a long time, including the need for replication, and patients in clinical programs aren’t necessarily willing to wait.
Topics: research, therapies and tools
The End for Patient Brokers
Topics: administration, ethics, financial strategies
Recovery at Work
Do what you promised, regardless of employee or the job they hold. Fairness is important, and fairness is a perception.
Topics: long term treatment, maintaining sobriety
Individualizing Treatment With Alternative Therapies
Some approaches are better than others at helping an individual identify what works for them in understanding their disease and establishing a stable recovery.
Topics: therapies and tools
Conflict of Interest Case Study
Obviously, being able to give your own business a five star rating on a supposedly independent consumer website could be construed as an unfair advantage.
In Luxury’s Lap
The goal is for patients to receive quality care regardless of where they happen to land in the treatment system.
Topics: finding the right treatment, marketing
Topics: detoxification, early recovery, prescription medications