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August 4, 2016

Recent Regulatory History of Addiction Treatment

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Where have we been? Where do we go from here?

Addiction treatment is in the midst of a period of significant transformation. While we often attribute the changes to the availability of insurance reimbursement through Affordable Care Act and the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act, the reality is that these two laws are only part of a larger story of major change over the past 150 years. This webinar uses the framework of key historical developments both in the treatment of addiction and federal and state regulation (in California) to analyze lessons that can help understand how we got where we are today with respect to many of the unusual facets of the addiction treatment landscape. More importantly, the same lessons are instructive about ongoing changes and the future of the industry from a clinical, licensing, and reimbursement perspective.

Recent Regulatory History of Addiction Treatment from AATA on Vimeo.

Watch Nelson Hardiman and the American Addiction Treatment Association’s latest online webinar: Addiction Treatment and the Practice of Medicine. Our presenter Harry Nelson, Esq. with Nelson Hardiman LLP, is a CA licensed attorney giving strategic advice on new opportunities and advising on traditional business, transactional, and regulatory matters. Firm clients include providers who specialize in behavioral and mental health care, addiction and recovery, as well as autism and family services. Nelson Hardiman has extensive experience representing residential centers and group homes for recovery communities, the developmentally disabled, and patients with mental health issues. With unmatched experience and expertise, Nelson Hardiman is the law firm for behavioral care providers.

 

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