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CARE is launched in May 2020:
The COVID-19 pandemic has not only added to the urgency of working together across the continuum of care, but fueled the demand for new, virtual and online practices. Sometimes opportunity is created amid crisis. Behavioral health industry leaders faced an immediate challenge of unprecedented size, forcing a pivot toward employing technologies to fulfill their roles in providing services to patients and communities to help them heal.
Collaborative for the Advancement of Recovery Excellence (CARE), a vehicle to advance key principles promoting standards in high performance and outcomes measurement in behavioral healthcare was launched in May and calls on behavioral health providers, organizations, and clinicians to be part of the ongoing survey-and-feedback process to continue this important national dialogue. Read the full article with the Psychiatry and Behavioral Health Learning Network to learn how to have your voice heard and see the resulting industry data.