Magazine article Behavioral Healthcare Executive


Magazine article Behavioral Healthcare Executive


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Bellwood Health Services and Edgewood Treatment Centre have joined together to form Canadas largest single provider of adult addiction and mental health treatment under the Edgewood Health Network.

Valley General Hospital and Fairfax Behavioral Health received approval from the state of Washington to open a 34-bed psychiatric hospital on its campus in Monroe in 2015.

Elements Behavioral Health has acquired COPAC, a Joint Commission accredited treatment program located outside of Jackson, Miss., where the 23-acre campus offers mens and women's living areas.

ValueOptions has been awarded a one-year contract with the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities to provide administrative services for its public, fee-for-service, integrated behavioral health and intellectual and developmental disability system.

Addiction Campuses has announced the opening of a new Texas campus as part of its five year strategic expansion plans, which includes expansion into eight to 10 more states through acquisitions and establishment of new programs. This is Addiction Campuses' third campus expansion since opening its doors in May 2014.

Northwest Community Healthcare (NCH) has entered an agreement with Linden Oaks, a Naperville, Ill.-based regional healthcare provider that is part of Edward-Elmhurst Healthcare, to manage NCH's behavioral health services. These services include adult inpatient services, adolescent behavioral health and the NCH Youth Center substance abuse residential program.

Netsmart and CareFusion have announced an agreement to collaborate on a medication dispensing and management solution. The integration will start client therapies faster by reducing time-to-first-dose.

XenoPort, Inc. and the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism will conduct a clinical trial ofHORIZANT (gabapentin enacarbil) extended-release tablets as a potential treatment for alcohol use disorder. The study is expected to have a treatment period of six months and to enroll approximately 350 patients beginning in the first half of 2015.

The Brain & Behavior Research Foundation announced $12.7 million in grants for 200 young scientists. Recipients in neurobiological research will study psychiatric disorders, including anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, autism, bipolar disorder, attention-deficit hyperactive disorder, posttraumatic stress disorder and obsessive compulsive disorder. …

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