posts tagged as Behavioral Health

Podcast: Hospital-Community Collaboration in the Value-Based Care Environment

Adam Cole and Patrick Pilch joined our friends at New York Nonprofit Media to discuss the benefits of collaboration between hospitals and community service care providers. With a changing healthcare industry, collaboration is key to... read more

By Susan C. Sargent | March 09, 2017

2017 CMS Physician Fee Schedule Important Step Toward Achieving Population Health

On Nov. 2, 2016, the 2017 Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Physician Fee Schedule was finalized, reflecting, among other changes, an emphasis on primary care efforts to drive enhanced care management and behavioral health... read more

Thinking of Selling Your Behavioral Health Center? Consider These Variables First…

The behavioral healthcare market continues to be one ripe for consolidation and growth as investors increasingly realize the opportunities in a market dominated by niche health programs. read more

By Paul T. Williams, Jr. | November 09, 2016

Telehealth and the Future of Healthcare: An Interview with John Webb, Founder of Quantum Reach

We interviewed John Webb, a literal rocket scientist who worked on the space shuttle program and started Quantum Reach. This venture capital hybrid helps early-stage companies with strategy development and execution, 80 percent of them... read more

BDO Knows Healthcare Summer 2016 Newsletter

By now, we all know that changing reimbursement models in healthcare have started a revolution in the space–with those able to capitalize on the changing investment opportunities in a fragmented market coming out on top. In the Summer... read more

By Karen Meador | March 08, 2016

Nurturing Change in Community Health

As hospitals move toward taking responsibility for the health of those outside their walls, the role of community care resources will grow – but only as quickly as the resources that feed them. read more

Pharma Companies Resist Behavioral Health

With 61.5 million American adults suffering from a mental health disorder, the need for new psychiatric treatments is high. read more

Seeing Medicaid Providers As Behavioral Health Investment Opportunities

Private equity investment in behavioral health has historically been limited to practices that cater to self-pay individuals or to the well-insured. Indeed, the term “treatment center,” to some, even conjures up images of spa... read more

By Laura Kalick | September 08, 2015

501(r) Penalties Depend on Response to Mistakes

There has been significant discussion this year about new provisions outlined in Section 501(r) of the Internal Revenue Code that nonprofit hospitals must meet to retain their tax-exempt status. read more

BDO Special Report: PE Deal Activity in Healthcare

The second quarter of 2015 saw fewer than 100 healthcare transactions, the lowest healthcare deal count since Q3 2011. read more