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PA Treatment Network Accused of Fraud Conspiracy

The Pennsylvania attorney general’s office recently charged the co-founder and former executives of an addiction treatment network, accusing them of profiting off addicts by fraudulently billing insurance companies to the tune of 44 million dollars in insurance money for treatment, with little interest in helping addicted clients get clean and sober. The charges announced by

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Recovery Coaches Work to Fill Treatment Gaps

There is still an opioid problem in America, but there’s also a problem with access to the health care required to fix the addiction epidemic. Opioids are such a problem that South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Florida, Maryland, Alaska, Virginia, and Massachusetts all issued a state of emergency declaration in the past few years. However, funding

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Prison Medication-Assisted Treatment Program Leads to 60% Decrease in OD’s

This week, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Gov. Gina Raimondo's took a tour of the facilities for inmates and people involved in the post-incarceration program. Gov. Raimondo then participated in a roundtable discussion about the state's medication-assisted treatment program. Introduced in 2017, the program offers inmates in the prison system, also called AC)

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Addiction Services Vary Greatly Based on Location

Fair Health, a nonprofit that provides research to the health industry and consumers, had released research that shows that medical responses to patients in need of opioid-related treatment services can vary greatly. An analysis of addiction services provided in five states showed a 3,000 percent increase in the volume of insurance claims related to opioid

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