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NIATx eNews Update

May 2012

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Increasing insurance coverage may not increase use of addiction treatment

A recent article by lead author Victor Capoccia in the Health Affairs examines expanded coverage in Massachusetts.

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Health Reform Readiness Index Results

An analysis of the NIATx results of the Health Reform Readiness Index shows that many addiction treatment providers are not prepared for healthcare reform.

>Addiction Treatment Provider Organizations Not Prepared For Health Reform Requirements. (2012, May 7). OPEN MINDS Weekly News Wire.

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Opioid Treatment Providers decrease drop out rates and time to treatment

NIATx OTP Learning Collaborative reported results at the recent AATOD Conference in Las Vegas.

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2012 NIATx Summit

2012 SAAS Annual Conference and NIATx Summit: Rethinking the business model

We hope to see you in New Orleans...with your "rethinking cap" on!

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PDF of NIATx-SI Change Bulletin

NIATx conducted a series of Change Leader Academies in selected states. Read their success stories in the STAR Programs Change Leader Academy Change Bulletin

>Download the Change Bulletin.

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Getting ready for healthcare reform: NIATx Fee-for-Service Learning Collaborative

Providers in the NIATx Fee-for-Service Learning Collaborative are learning to create and improve their billing systems and negotiate contracts with third-party payers.

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Upcoming Events & Presentations

June 14, 2012 Essentials for Health Reform: Using networks to implement and improve EHRs and HIT
June 19–22, 2012 2012 SAAS Conference and NIATx Summit

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