Special Analysis

  • Clarifying Communication around Patient Improvement

    Facilities use clinical outcomes to track how their programs help patients and compare to similar programs. But does “our patients…

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  • The Struggle with PHP/IOP Outcomes Compliance

    When a PHP/IOP patient chooses to stop attending treatment prior to discharge, their facility does not have the opportunity to…

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  • The Bullying Perception Gap

    Bullying is linked to negative outcomes like dropping out of school, fighting, drug use, and domestic abuse for both the…

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  • Race and Ethnicity in Behavioral Health

    Equity and disparities of healthcare continue to receive a lot of attention, behavioral health included. Tracking patient and quality outcomes…

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  • Linking Compliance & Satisfaction

    With so many organizations focusing on achieving data compliance benchmarks, it’s easy to lose sight of why compliance matters. In…

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  • Shining a Light on Eating Disorders

    Eating disorders are present in our inpatient populations from childhood to adulthood, even when presenting for other issues. These disorders…

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  • Who’s Taking That Next Step?

    Data around the benefits of step down treatment have received a lot of attention as hospitals look for information to…

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  • A Tale of Two NPS Trends

    Once upon a time in a not so far away land, many Net Promoter Score kingdoms did rise and fall.…

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  • LEAVING AMA The Patient Perspective

    We sometimes think AMA patients leave in a hurry and don’t let us know about their experiences – but many…

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  • LEAVING AMA Building a Patient Profile

    AMA discharges are associated with poorer long term outcomes including higher rehospitalization rates. Knowing what makes a patient at risk…

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