Behavioral Health

Hightop Health Partners with Roots Behavioral Health

Hightop Health, a premier outpatient mental health platform, has announced the acquisition of Roots Behavioral Health. Roots Behavioral Health (RBH) was founded in 2016 by husband-and-wife team Brent Turnipseed, MD, and Andrea Turnipseed, LCSW-S, to address a pressing need for affordable and accessible behavioral healthcare in the Austin area. With a model unique from other […]

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Supreme Court Rejects UnitedHealth Appeal, Boosting Behavioral Health Providers’ Standing with Insurers

The U.S. Supreme Court rejected a request by United Behavioral Health to hear a behavioral health claim denial case. The case, titled D.K. v. United Behavioral Health, centered on findings that the health plan did not give plaintiffs a full and fair review during the denial-appeals process. The Supreme Court’s decision allows two rulings favorable

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EdTheory Group Announces Its Expansion into Center-Based Therapy and ABA practice

The EdTheory Group, a prominent provider of K-12 special education and related services, is incredibly delighted to announce a significant expansion into the center-based Therapy and Autism ABA Practice sector. Through a collaborative effort with A.G.E.S. Learning Solutions and Proficio Speech Therapy Group, EdTheory Group is proud to introduce Proficio Therapy Services, LLC (“PTS”). Proficio

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Behavioral Health Providers Could Turn to Foreign Investors for Next Capital Infusion

As the domestic capital market for behavioral health companies tightens, foreign investment presents a timely new financing opportunity. Specifically, the EB-5 investment visa program, which incentivizes foreign investors to pour capital into American businesses, could be a new avenue for providers. High-interest rates and high-profile stumbles in the behavioral health space have significantly slowed investment

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SUD Treatment Providers Embrace Alternative Payment Models, Ditch Fee-for-Service

Fee-for-service reimbursement models have contributed to a fragmented behavioral health industry. Substance use disorder (SUD) providers are set to evolve current reimbursement models to alternative payment systems in 2024. Alternative payment models, which include risk-bearing, bundled payments and shared savings, offer a brighter future for the industry. But taking on risk and working with payers

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