Providers brace for fee-for-service conversion

January 3, 2014

Staffing, reporting, clinical, and claims management challenges await as grants give way to third-party payers.

Historically, grant funding played an important role in building and sustaining the service capacity of community mental health and addiction treatment services, particularly for underserved or marginalized populations. But, amid the backdrop of historic shortfalls in federal and state budgets and years of successful advocacy for behavioral health parity, insurance reform, and expanded availability of accountable and high quality healthcare for all, the scope and availability of grant funding is rapidly changing.

Read the article at:
http://www.behavioral.net/article/providers-brace-fee-service-conversion

Jeffrey Lynne

Jeffrey Lynne

Jeffrey C. Lynne is a South Florida native, representing individuals and business entities relating to licensing, accreditation, regulatory compliance, business structure, marketing, real estate, zoning and litigation pertaining to substance abuse treatment facilities and sober living residences. Mr. Lynne has been recognized across the region as a leader in progressive public dialogue about the role that substance abuse treatment has within our communities and the fundamental need and right to provide safe and affordable housing for those who are both in treatment for addiction and alcoholism as well as those who are established in their recovery.
Jeffrey Lynne

About Jeffrey Lynne

Jeffrey C. Lynne is a South Florida native, representing individuals and business entities relating to licensing, accreditation, regulatory compliance, business structure, marketing, real estate, zoning and litigation pertaining to substance abuse treatment facilities and sober living residences. Mr. Lynne has been recognized across the region as a leader in progressive public dialogue about the role that substance abuse treatment has within our communities and the fundamental need and right to provide safe and affordable housing for those who are both in treatment for addiction and alcoholism as well as those who are established in their recovery.

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