Reform, Rationing & Rationality: How The Healthcare Debate Unfolds In Behavioral Health

Watching the House and Senate debate and planning process and witnessing the media and pundit reaction on television and in the blog-o-sphere everyday, I find it no wonder the average voter is losing confidence. The healthcare debate in this country revolves around some of the most complex economic, scientific, legal and ethical challenges in modern [...]

Expanding Access to Behavioral Health Services Akin to Removing Barriers

As we approach the launch of Parity this Fall and Winter and slog through the trials and tribulations of the Healthcare Reform “process” in Washington DC, we are reminded that one of the overarching goals for both Parity and Reform is enhanced access to high-quality care.  I don’t know about you but that particular goal [...]