Quality Standards & Performance Measures
Quality standards allow performance to be measured, and measuring performance is the first step to improving behavioral health care and outcomes for individuals. Visit this library for the latest in performance metrics and quality benchmarks.
ArticleMay 23, 2022As of October 2021, 83% of community mental health center (CMHC) executives said that “their organization is familiar with the…
HHS Mental Health Strategy Calls For Transforming Health & Social Services To Support Equitable & Holistic CareArticleApril 4, 2022On March 1, 2022, President Biden and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced a new national…
ArticleJanuary 17, 2022“Integration” in health and human services remains an elusive goal. Which is curious, since it is important to both consumers…
21% Of Youth In Mental Health Crisis Stay In Emergency Departments Longer Than 12 Hours Awaiting Treatment Or Hospital Admission
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Wellin5 Closes $2 Million Seed Funding Round To Accelerate Its Growth & Global Expansion in Mental Health IndustryArticleDecember 12, 2022
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