Shouldn't 2017 Be The Year You Start Measuring Treatment Results?

Shouldn't 2017 Be The Year You Start Measuring Treatment Results?

Joanna Conti
Originally Posted:
Dec 9, 2016

If you’re like most of the leaders in the addiction treatment and behavioral health industry I’ve talked to recently, you are well aware how useful it would be to measure the effectiveness of the treatment your center is providing.  Nonetheless, you’re probably not doing so.  As we prepare to welcome in a new year, isn’t it time to take your program to the next level?

Monitoring your patients during and/or after treatment provides these benefits:

  • Progress monitoring has been proven to help your patients get better faster during treatment
  • It allows you to see at a glance how each patient is progressing and helps to identify those at greater risk of leaving AMA
  • Progress monitoring provides almost effortless compliance with the co-occurring disorder and SUD screening requirements being demanded by an increasing number of accreditation and certification bodies
  • Post-treatment outcomes research provides the hard data you need to prove to payers and potential private-pay customers how effective your program is

If your goal is to provide the best possible treatment to your patients, you owe it to yourself to learn how easy and inexpensive progress monitoring and outcomes research can be.  Please join us for the following free webinar:

How To Start Measuring Your Treatment Results

Thursday, December 15th at 4:00 p.m. EST

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