MAT, incorporating the person centered approach combined with EBP’s, gets folks closer to their recovery goals.
SAE offers insights on care innovations and forward-leaning critical analysis of elements that impact access to care as providers shift services during COVID-19. With ongoing concerns for containing infections and lowering morbidity rates, SAE supports care innovations to maintain positive momentum for recovery and … Read More
The coronavirus outbreak and its quick spread throughout our communities, nation and world, has caught everyone by surprise. Quick thinking and on-the-ground responses have been imperative to insure behavioral health clients are cared for, albeit in ways that may not be familiar to either … Read More
With the urgency in care for vulnerable populations during this current pandemic, SAE understands providers are looking for answers and solutions to continue and possibly grow services to meet the needs of overall population outcome during COVID-19. It is clear that, as providers of … Read More
Prescription opioid abuse has reached staggering levels, resulting in a public health crisis in urban and rural communities throughout the United States. Recent epidemiological studies have shown an unprecedented increase in the rates of morbidity and mortality associated with prescription painkillers and opioid medications, … Read More
Minority individuals face group-specific problems related to mental health, including differentials in diagnosis and treatment, stigma regarding mental health from both members of their own in-group and outsiders, and difficulty in finding professionals with the cultural competency necessary to address their specific needs. Moreover, … Read More
SAE & Associates, experts in the assessment and monitoring of behavioral health parity, recently completed an engagement in support of a state Attorney General’s office to determine the level of compliance with the requirements of the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (MHPAEA) … Read More
The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (MHPAEA), together with its broader application through the Affordable Care Act, mandates that the “financial requirements and treatment limitations that apply to MH/SUD benefits cannot be more restrictive than the predominant requirements and limitations that apply substantially to … Read More