State of The Behavioral Health & Recovery Industry
We connect, strengthen, and advance the behavioral health & recovery community with innovative resources, services, and tools.
Patient Reported Outcomes (PROs) for Improved Engagement
In order to bring you new and important insights about engaging your people, we want to address the relevance and importance of patient/participant generated outcomes—also known...
Everything is Figureoutable
Addiction is a solvable problem. It’s not an easy problem. I solved it in my own life after a nearly 15 year fight. And I’ve been working on the problem beyond the single...
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Champion Spotlight: Sitting Down with Dolan Research International, An Interview
"The reality is that the greatest challenge we face is self-doubt and fear. "
- Johanna M. Dolan, Founder & CEO
Champion Spotlight: Sitting Down with North Country Task Force, An Interview
"The data needs to tell the story it represents in such a way it is understood as well as identifies HOW to address the challenges the data represents."
- Angela T. Jones,...
Engagement - The New Unit of Value in Behavioral Healthcare TransformationRead More
Champion Spotlight: Sitting Down with Oregon Recovery and Treatment Centers (ORTC), An Interview
"Working in Gloo is not hard, but I need the time. When I work in Gloo, I want the focused time to get things done."
- Megan Marx-Varela, MPA, NCPRSS, Director of Integrated at...
Winter 2020/2021 Dashboard
Gloo’s Fall 2020 Director Poll results indicate that the industry is settling into the new normal.
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About CARE Collaborative
CARE is an initiative co-sponsored by Psychiatry and Behavioral Health Learning Network and Gloo, bringing thought leaders, research partners, and professional associations together to advance critical elements of the Behavioral Healthcare and Addiction Treatment system of care.
The Psychiatry & Behavioral Health Learning Network and Gloo have teamed up through their Collaborative Advancement of Recovery Excellence initiative to produce reports on changes within the field and actionable insights for industry leaders.
Gloo’s personal growth technology infrastructure provides a much-needed emphasis on innovation in the behavioral health and recovery field,” said PBHLN Director Doug Edwards. “The result is that our partnership will both accelerate and enhance the science-to-service timeline, which historically is the single biggest factor in establishing widespread adoption of the most effective evidence-based treatment practices. - Doug J. Edwards, Director, Psychiatry and Behavioral Health Learning Network
The CARE Advisory Board
CARE is supported by an advisory board made up of noted behavioral sciences and addiction researchers and experts from leading universities, companies and organizations.
Anna Arici, PhD
Learning Scientist, Lead Researcher, and Educator, School for the Future of Innovation in Society, Arizona State UniversityLinkedin Profile
Business Solutions Director, Anthem, Inc.Linkedin Profile
Sasha Barab, PhD
Professor, School for the Future of Innovation in Society, Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, Arizona State UniversityLinkedin Profile
Michael Barnes, PhD
Chief Clinical Officer, Foundry Steamboat SpringsLinkedin Profile
Deni Carise, PhD
Chief Science Officer, Recovery Centers of America; Adjunct Clinical Professor, University of Pennsylvania School of MedicineLinkedin Profile
Antoinette Giedzinska, PhD
Director of Applied Neuroscience & Outcomes, Sierra TucsonLinkedin Profile
Siobhan Morse, MHSA
Director of Clinical Services/Research-Special Projects, Behavioral Health Division, Universal Health Services, Inc.Linkedin Profile
Michael Pantalon, PhD
Yale School of Medicine; Founder, Recovery PadLinkedin Profile
Jaime Vinck, MC, LPC, NCC
Chief Executive Officer of Recovery WaysLinkedin Profile
Vice President, Clinical Excellence, Innovation & Recovery Management, Hazelden Betty Ford FoundationLinkedin Profile
Founder at Commonly Well & Architect of the Recovery Capital IndexLinkedin Profile
President & Chief Executive Officer of California Consortium of Addiction Programs and ProfessionalsLinkedin Profile