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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.

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Bridging Gaps in Behavioral Health Treatment: A Narrative Summary

Bridging Gaps in Behavioral Health Treatment: A Narrative Summary

Introduction The Lancet Commission on Behavioral health and Sustainable Development called for a global partnership of governmental agencies, development agencies, non-profits, and private industry to come together to transform mental health, saying “When it comes to behavioral health, all countries can be thought of as developing countries.”1 One billion people…
Making Integration Work – Think Change Management

Making Integration Work – Think Change Management

Management thought leader John Kotter wrote in his book, Sense of Urgency, “More than 70% of needed change either fails to be launched, even though some people clearly see the need; fails to be completed, even though some people exhaust themselves trying; or finishes over budget, late and with initial…

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