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Hiding in Plain Sight: Patient brokering must be stopped but so does the practice of rehabs funding patient brokering

November 7, 2017
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Hiding in Plain Sight

We all know and chastise patient brokering in the addiction treatment field, but what about the rehabs behind the scenes that keep patient brokers in business?

 

The ethical issues pervading the addiction treatment industry are well-known and now […]

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Don’t look to Government to Solve America’s Addiction Crisis

October 30, 2017
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On Thursday, October 26th, President Trump announced that he was officially declaring America’s opioid epidemic a public health emergency, action that was met with mixed reviews from addiction recovery advocates and addiction experts. Declaring the opioid crisis a public health emergency is different than declaring it a […]

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What Every Parent of a College-Aged Child Needs to Hear about Substance Use Disorder on College Campuses

October 18, 2017
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On Tuesday, October 17th, 2017 Hazelden Betty Ford, the Mary Christie Foundation and the University of Maryland School of Public Health presented the event “Substance Use of College Campuses: New Approaches to a Perennial Problem” at the University of Maryland, College Park. The event brought national leaders in […]

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Google cracks down on addiction treatment advertising: What does it mean?

October 13, 2017
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Last month it was announced that Google, citing patient safety and lack of transparency by treatment centers in their online marketing practices, would be restricting ads and other paid-for marketing in searches performed by those seeking help and treatment for addiction. Quoted in a New York Times […]

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