Accepting Change in Rehab Business Supports Success

Posted on Jun 21, 2017 by Jim Peake

As is the case with most industries, change is coming fast to the drug rehab space. To be clear, that’s a good thing. It means patients are getting better care, and in some respects makes it easier for people to more quickly find the treatment options most appropriate for their circumstances. But this doesn’t mean... View Article...

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Kumbayah Thinking and Making Money Matter According to Wikipedia, kumbayah (kum-ba-yah) means “come by here” and is a spiritual song first recorded in the 1920s. It became a standard campfire song in scouting and summer camps and enjoyed broader popularity during the folk revival of the 1950s and 1960s. There are big business players entering... View Article...

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The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) requires all health care professionals to safeguard patient protected health information. The United States Department of Health and Human Services Office for Civil Rights is responsible for enforcing HIPAA standards and investigating claims of HIPAA violations. For some treatment facilities, marketing and compliance can become an issue.... View Article...

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Niche Marketing for Addiction Treatment Centers

Posted on Apr 11, 2017 by Jim Peake

Let us ask you a few questions… or better yet, ask yourself: “If you have a daughter who needs drug treatment, would you send her to a drug rehab that takes men only? If you have a son who needs treatment, would you send him clear across the country to a place that provides 10... View Article...

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Accountable Alcohol Education for Teens and Young Adults

Posted on Mar 27, 2017 by Jim Peake

Helping Teens Become More Accountable with Alcohol Education As statistics of teen binge drinking increase, it becomes clearer that we need to incorporate prophylactic treatment of Alcohol Addiction in the Teen population. This comes with more effective alcohol education and setting a better example for those around us. Human beings tend to mimic the behavior... View Article...

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While the world is beginning to recognize the serious health crisis that opioid addiction poses, professionals dealing with the treatment of addiction, withdrawal, and negative symptoms that come with cessation are delving into new forms of therapy that may make quitting easier. The BRIDGE Device for Opioid Withdrawal The latest in studies to reduce withdrawal... View Article...

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State Senator Jim Merritt introduced a first-of-its-kind program to tackle opioid addiction in Indiana. The BRIDGE Program, a pilot in the Greenwood City Court, offers opioid addicts on probation the opportunity to participate in a rehabilitation program rather than return to jail. New Program Blazing a Trail Merritt said in a news conference that if... View Article...

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Setting Expectations for Your Drug Rehab Business

Posted on Feb 9, 2017 by Jim Peake

When we go to a new restaurant, we have a level of expectation on how good the food will be once we sit down and eat there. Well, think about the drug rehab business like a restaurant.  If the food (clinical care) is not quality care, then everything else does not matter. As every good... View Article...

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Drug Rehab Pay Per Call Vs. Investing
In Organic SEO

Posted on Jan 24, 2017 by Jim Peake

We have a philosophy at Addiction-Rep and it is if you self-generate a lead using organic drug rehab SEO you are much more likely to get a conversion than you will if you use a Pay Per Call Service — probably 3 times more.  What we have found is only 5% of Drug Rehab Pay... View Article...

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