Trade Journals

  1. 2009
  2. 2008
  3. 2007
  4. 2006
  5. 2005
  6. 2004
  7. 2003
  8. 2002

    2009

  1. Fitzgerald, Maureen. (2009). SBIRT: Effective Interventions for Alcohol-Related Health Problems. National Council Magazine, 2: 31.
  2. Gustafson, David (2009, January). Automating Addiction Treatment: Experts envision a more technologically enabled care system. Behavioral Healthcare, 29(1): 28-30.
  3. Insigner, Alison. (2009, August). Montana treatment system gets additional $3 million. Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Weekly, 21 (32).
  4. Insinger, Alison. (2009, August). New phase of NIATx campaign to focus only on bottom line movers. Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Weekly, 21 (34).
  5. Lefkovitz, P.M., Ford, J., Vaughn, B., & Nance, R. (2009). Promoting Benchmarking in Addiction Treatment. Behavioral Healthcare, 29(4): 28-30.
  6. Quanbeck, Andy. (2009, October). Managing your way to better addiction treatment outcomes: Deming's insights transformed Toyota, why not your business?. Behavioral Healthcare, 29(9):34-35.
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    2008

  8. Enos, Gary. (2008, October). Oklahoma Agency Finds Creative Application of Incentives to Spur Family Involvement, Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Weekly, 20(40).
  9. Fitzgerald, M. (2008, June). A city embraces change. Behavioral Healthcare, 28(6).
  10. Fitzgerald, M. (2008). NIATx: Helping organizations connect, innovate and improve. Mental Health Weekly, 20(28).
  11. Ford, J. (2008). Seeking help--Is your agency consumer friendly?. National Council on Problem Gambling, 11(2).
  12. Gustafson, David. (2008, September/October). Don't Fumble the Treatment Handoff, Addiction Professional, 6(5).
  13. Insigner, Alison. (2008, January). Wide Interest in Process Improvement has campaign planners thinking bigger, Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Weekly, 20(4).
  14. Insigner, Alison. (2008, February). Process Improvement in L.A. County May Reverberate Across California, Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Weekly, 20(8).
  15. Insigner, Alison. (2008, June). How Process Improvements Can Help the Bottom Line, Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Weekly, 20(26).
  16. Insigner, Alison. (2008, October). Proposition 36 Report Identifies Promising Practices, Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Weekly, 20(40).
  17. Johnson, Kim. (2008, February/March). The ACTION Campaign, NAADAC News, 18.
  18. Wise, M. (2008, Spring). Narrative medicine: Adding color to life's final chapter. American Association for Hospice and Palliative Care, 18-19.
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    2007

  20. Enos, Gary. (2007). Reforming the Process of Care. Addiction Professional, Posted 1/1/2007.
  21. Fitzgerald, M. (2007). Time to take action, Behavioral Healthcare, 27(9).
  22. Fitzgerald, M. (2007). Measuring outcomes enhances addictions treatment access and retention, National Council Magazine, 2.
  23. Fitzgerald, M. & Ford, J. (2007). Helping States and Providers Work Together. Behavioral Healthcare 27(5), 14-17.
  24. Insinger, Alison. (2007, January). Tempered Hopes for Federal Progress Have Field Leaders Looking Inward for '07, Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Weekly, 19(1).
  25. Insinger, Alison. (2007, January). Massachusetts agency to bring efficiencies to new outpatient services, Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Weekly, 19(3).
  26. Insinger, Alison. (2007, October). Process Improvement goes national with announcement of campaign, Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Weekly, 19(39).
  27. SAMHSA News. (2007, September/October). Reducing Wait Time Improves Treatment Access, Retention. 15(5)
  28. Shaw, B. & Isham, A. (2007). Using wearable biomonitoring technology to prevent addiction relapse: Lessons from the field. Addiction Professional, April/May.
  29. Uzoigwe, Chioma (2007). The Network for the Improvement of Addiction Treatment (NIATx): Process Improvement in Addiction Treatment. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Research Brief. Retrieved from http://www.rwjf.org.
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    2006

  31. Insinger, Alison. (2006, December). In One of It's Last Grants to Field, RWJF Focuses on Sustainability. Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Weekly, 18(47).
  32. Fisher, Madeline. (2006). Engineering recovery. On Wisconsin, 14. Retrieved from www.uwalumni.com
  33. Fitzgerald, M. (2006). Operator assistance with process improvement. Behavioral Healthcare and Management, 20-22.
  34. Fitzgerald, M. (2006). Improving substance abuse treatment delivery. Counselor, The Magazine for Addiction Professionals, 7(4), 47-50.
  35. Fitzgerald, M. (2006). St. Christopher's Inn counselor among the first to be certified as a NIATx change leader. Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Weekly, 18(45), 5.
  36. Fitzgerald, M., & Evans, A. (2006). Inspiring change leaders. Behavioral Healthcare, 26(10), 14-16
  37. Gustafson, D. (2006).Implications of research for addiction treatment service providers. National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare Newsletter, 4.
  38. Madden, Lynn M. (2006, November). Utilizing rapid cycle process improvement to improve access and retention in healthcare settings and to advance organizational strategic goals. APHA Scientific Session. Retrieved from apha.confex.com
  39. Shaw, B.R. (2006). Exploring the potential of body monitoring technology to prevent addiction relapse. Behavioral Healthcare, 26(6), 30-31.
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    2005

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    2004

  41. Molfenter, N. (2004). Agencies focus on creating a welcoming environment. Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Weekly, 16(12), 5-7.
  42. Molfenter, N. (2004). Treatment center revamps phone intake to improve access. Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Weekly, 16(18), 5-7.
  43. Shapiro, Howard. (2004, June). Addiction, MH providers must weigh in as quality measures emerge. Behavioral Healthcare Tomorrow, 13(3), 40-41. Retrieved from www.jointogether.org
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    2003

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    2002

  45. Gustafson, D.H., (2002). Designing systems to improve addiction treatment: The foundation. Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Weekly, 14(42), 5-8.
  46. Holloway, D. C. (2002). Improving addiction treatment services: The opportunity. Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Weekly, 14(45), 5.
  47. Molfenter, T. (2002). Designing organizational systems to improve treatment: The process(es). Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Weekly, 14(44), 5-7.
  48. Williams, Sebastion. (2002). The role of the frontline clinician. Counselor, The Magazine for Addiction Professionals, 3(3), 38-43. Retrieved from www.counselormagazine.com