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Outcomes are an important measure of organizational performance and quality. Many programs in the addiction treatment industry generate their “success” rates based on “successful completion of (their) programs.” This is not a fair reflection of the goal of treatment and not an accurate measure of organizational performance or the quality of services.
Foundations Recovery Network reports on how our patients are doing after they receive treatment at one of our centers. These are not individual case studies, but actually the result of years of data collection both at treatment intake and again at one month, six months and 12 months after treatment. We refer to these as outcomes. By meeting guidelines for enrollment and response rates from SAMHSA, we are able to say that the outcomes reported in this white paper are typical or reflect reasonable expectations.
Healthcare in general is a data-rich environment which means […]