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Press

The Institute serves as a valuable resource for members of the press seeking experts on behavioral healthcare policy, treatment, reimbursement, and other topics. Among our experts available for interviews:

• Doug Edwards is the Director of the Institute for the Advancement of Behavioral Healthcare and has been in the field 16 years.

• Gary Enos is the Editor of Addiction Professional and is one of the country’s longest-serving journalists covering the behavioral healthcare field.

• Julie Miller is the Editor-in-Chief of Behavioral Healthcare Executive and has years of experience in covering healthcare policy and reimbursement.

The Institute can also arrange interviews with speakers at its events and thought leaders across the country.

Contact Erin Murphy at emurphy@iabhc.com to arrange an interview.


Institute announcements

The Institute for the Advancement of Behavioral Healthcare Charitable Giving Surpasses $200K Grant-Making Goal
Federation of State Physician Health Programs to Support 2018 National Rx Drug Abuse & Heroin Summit
Addiction Professional Announces the 2017 Outstanding Clinical Care Award Winners
Behavioral Healthcare Executive Announces 2017 Champions
National Safety Council partners on 2018 National Rx Drug Abuse & Heroin Summit
Institute for the Advancement of Behavioral Healthcare earns top journalism awards
IABHC Fund awards micro-grant to Hope House
IABHC Fund awards two micro-grant
IABHC Fund awards grants to four not-for-profits
IABHC awards two micro grants
IABHC awards micro-grant to 10,000 Beds
Announcing the Institute for the Advancement of Behavioral Healthcare
International Public Health Leader and Expert in Human Behavior to Headline NCAD 17
Behavioral Healthcare announces 2016 champions
Addiction Professional earns national honors
Behavioral Healthcare earns national honors

 

 

Media coverage

Atlanta Journal Constitution: Painkiller, heroin overdose epidemic subject of major Atlanta summit
WKYT: Opioid summit: Babies born in Kentucky twice as likely to be born addicted
WKYT: Kentucky officials taking part in summit addressing drug abuse
CNN: Secretary Tom Price wants to fix US healthcare
BuzzFeed: The opioid epidemic is actually two Epidemics
WTVQ: UK researchers lead discussions at national summit on prescription drug abuse
WTVQ: Rogers, Bevin kick off National Rx Drug Abuse & Heroin Summit
Lexington Herald Leader: Agency wants faster research on non-addictive painkillers as drug abuse grows
Atlanta Journal Constitution: Top U.S. State Department official: America making progress in fighting heroin and painkiller overdose epidemic
WABE: Feds pledge $485 million to combat opioid crisis
KRCR: Secretary Tom Price wants to fix US healthcare
WWSB: CDC to launch ad campaign on opioid addiction
Becker's Hospital Review: Tom Price rolls out $485M in grants to combat opioid epidemic
STAT: Trump advisers call for expanded access to addiction treatment
MassLive: Law enforcement groups endorse US Sen. Ed Markey's bill to stop flow of fentanyl from China, Mexico
WBFF: CDC to launch awareness campaign warning of opioid dangers
Atlanta Journal Constitution: Easing marijuana laws in Atlanta easier said than done
Atlanta Journal Constitution: Anti-marijuana legalization group hits Atlanta on “420 Day”
• WESA NPR: Health care officials say exit strategies could help prevent opioid addictions
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Addiction expert: Many elderly fighting prescription drug abuse
Atlanta Journal Constitution: Obama arrives in Atlanta to attend summit on drug abuse epidemic
CNN: Obama announces new moves to fight opioid and heroin abuse epidemic
NBC News: Obama pushes for more treatment for opioid addiction