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As treatment organizations evaluate ways to monitor their fiscal health, industry data is a useful tool to measure success and showcase areas of opportunity. Don’t miss this opportunity to obtain your copy of the member insights report, which provides three years of financial and descriptive data, data segmentation to enable benchmarking and a spotlight on market data.
As strategies and tactics change to address issues in the environment, management teams need new competencies in order to respond effectively. In this book, we review those key competencies and discuss a structured approach to competency assessment and development.
The book describes feature financial compensation incentives designed to enhance quality and productivity of staff as well as alternative approaches to develop your workforce. The authors provide detailed roadmaps for their change initiatives to guide those interested in replicating their efforts.
The book presents detailed case studies of community behavioral healthcare providers and associations with special expertise in and commitment to serving veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan and their families. Program descriptions explain the innovative and collaborative aspects of their services and summarize their combined wisdom and guidance in “lessons learned.”
In Strategic Unions, David C. Guth, Jr. leverages personal experience and three decades as a nonprofit behavioral health executive to deliver an insider’s perspective on nonprofit mergers, likening the process to marriage.
This workbook provides a step-by-step approach to project management to identify system change need, develop a strategic plan to focus change objectives and implement change in your organization. This workbook is a companion to David Lloyd’s "How to Deliver Accountable Care".
The Social Justice Leadership Academy (SJLA) workbook is a digital download with over 80 pages of educational information and interactive exercises that will provide a foundational understanding of where you, your organization and your services are when it comes to embedding principles of social justice and equity in mental health and substance use treatment. The SJLA Workbook includes self-reflection activities as well as group discussion guides to facilitate reflection on how individuals, organizations and communities can better advance the cause of social justice.
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