Addiction help

Martel, Judy
November 1993
Indiana Business Magazine;Nov93, Vol. 37 Issue 11, p23
Discusses the focus of hospitals and treatment clinics on outpatient care in treating addiction. Cost advantage of outpatient care to insurers and employers; Need for support system; Comparison of outpatient and inpatient programs; Trend toward a least restrictive and most cost effective therapy; Involvement of family; Factors which determine the type of treatment; Need for flexible programs.


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