Why Medicare Advantage Plans May Struggle to Find Enough Behavioral Health Providers

In January 2022, The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services announced in a proposed rule that it was soliciting feedback from the health care industry to better understand potential hurdles facing Medicare Advantage plans when trying to add behavioral health providers to their networks. Array CEO Geoffrey Boyce explains why a shortage of behavioral health professionals is only part of the problem and discusses the more complex factors in play. Read in Behavioral Health Business.

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