Webinar: SUD Treatment Provider Boot Camp — The Space
- Date Recorded: October 21, 2018
- Presenter: Andrew Martin
- Length: a little over 36 minutes
- Price: $35.00 (Members receive 15% discount)
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With tremendous changes in the behavioral health industry, there will continue to be opportunities to provide desperately needed treatment services to those suffering from substance use disorders, but the business models are changing rapidly. The traditional treatment models are finding it more difficult to survive as insurance payors and government payors repeatedly modify their reimbursement programs. Attracting patients has become more difficult as increased regulations have been imposed on marketing and compensation practices.
The professionals and attorneys at BHAP and Nelson Hardiman have carefully designed the curriculum of this Boot Camp to address these growing concerns in this webinar series.
The competitive landscape in the substance use disorder industry combined with consumer expectations of luxury and safety have placed larger importance on the treatment provider space. An overview of design, access, function, compliance, facility management, and security are presented in this webinar. Additional considerations about buying or leasing a property, and how to manage neighbors and the community are also discussed.
- What space do you need?
- Buying versus Leasing
- Zoning issues
- Facility management
- Good neighbor strategies
Andrew Martin, MBA, LAADC, C-ATM
Andrew Martin is the former Chief Operating Officer at Behavioral Health Association of Providers.
Andrew's extensive experience in the addiction treatment industry dates back to 2005 and includes founding and operating Serene Scene Magazine, a monthly magazine with a circulation approaching 30,000 subscribers. He also launched The Evolution of Addiction Treatment Conference, which delivered high level learning to addiction treatment professionals; developed LocateTreatment.com, a directory of addiction treatment resources and information for the United States and Canada; and spearheaded Serene Center, a 36-bed transitional sober living and outpatient treatment facility for those in early recovery.