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NIATx eNews Update

November 2013

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NIATx celebrates 10 years!

NIATx launched in 2003 as a learning collaborative of 39 treatment organizations. Today, more than 3,000 organizations in a variety of behavioral healthcare and social service fields use the NIATx model to improve their services and business practices. Dave Gustafson, Todd Molfenter, Jay Ford and Kim Johnson reflect on the first decade of NIATx and what the future holds in these short videos.

>Watch the videos.

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BHBusiness application deadline extended until December 16

It's not too late to sign up for one of five free online learning networks designed to help organizations survive and thrive in the rapidly changing healthcare environment.

>Find out more.

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Port Human Services builds strategic planning savvy in BHBusiness learning network

Port Human Services of North Carolina was one of the first organizations in the country to use the NIATx model. "Based on our experience with NIATx, we knew that BHBusiness would also be a high-quality training opportunity," says CEO Tom Savidge

>Find out more.

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Wisconsin counties improve access to mental health services

The goal of the Wisconsin Mental Health Learning Collaborative is to reduce psychiatric hospital readmissions. Read how the Rock County "Rock Stars" have used NIATx tools to target that goal.

>Find out more.


"Predictive modeling of addiction lapses in a mobile health application."

A-CHESS is a smartphone application designed to prevent relapse for people with substance use disorders; its "Weekly Check-in" feature also offers potential to predict relapse.

>Download the article.

Upcoming Events & Presentations

December 16, 2013 Applications due for BHBusiness: Mastering Essential Business Operations.

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