Mental Health Series #2: Why Mental Health Licensure and Supervision are Critical
Get a look at one of the largest publicly disclosed government healthcare fraud settlements ever – and the critical role that mental health licensure and supervision played in the situation.
Licensing and supervision requirements are a vital element of mental health services, but what happens when those requirements aren’t met? We’re taking a deep dive into a real-world situation that led to one of the largest publicly disclosed government healthcare fraud settlements ever.
Get our new eBrief, “Mental Health Series #2: Why Mental Health Licensure and Supervision are Critical,” to find out what happened at South Bay Mental Health Center. Our eBrief covers:
- The whistleblower allegations that led to the investigation
- An overview of which regulations the organization allegedly violated
- Excerpts from employee testimony that highlight compliance blind spots
Mental health professionals play a hugely impactful role in healthcare, which is why it’s so important for organizations to meet the necessary licensing and supervision requirements.
Did you miss our first piece in this series? Click here to download it.