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The business of recovery is changing fast. Many executives are getting left behind. The Recovery Executive Podcast talks to experts in the field on marketing, operations, M&As, billing, and growth to help you build your organization, serve more of those who need help, and stay on top.

The business of recovery is changing fast. Many executives are getting left behind. The Recovery Executive Podcast talks to experts in the field on marketing, operations, M&As, billing, and growth to help you build your organization, serve more of those who need help, and stay on top.
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The business of recovery is changing fast. Many executives are getting left behind. The Recovery Executive Podcast talks to experts in the field on marketing, operations, M&As, billing, and growth to help you build your organization, serve more of those who need help, and stay on top.

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Episodes

How to NOT Get Ripped Off by Your Billing Company with Greg Keilin

10/12/2018
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Billing & Revenue Cycle Management are one of the biggest thorns in the side of treatment centers. It's difficult, expensive, and, it's very hard to know if staff or vendors are doing it right. In this episode, we talk with Gregory Keilin, CEO of Prosperity Behavioral Health on some of the most common ways billing companies don't necessarily work in your best interest, what you should be looking for, and some really interesting info like how to make Medicaid billing work.

Duration:00:45:27

Closing the Doors: Lessons Learned with Lyle Fried

9/28/2018
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Up to 25% of centers have closed in South Florida, Southern California, and other highly competitive areas of the country. Lyle Fried was the owner of The Shores, a well-known treatment center in Florida that just closed last month. He shares his insights into why they closed and what he would have done differently if he could do it all over again, critical information for any centers facing a similar situation today.

Duration:00:43:01

Rethinking Sales & Marketing with Kathy Frossard

9/28/2018
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Foundations Recovery Network went from 20,000 calls a month and a low census to 10,000 calls a month and a significant climbs in census. Most centers are thinking about admissions, business development, and marketing wrong in the addiction treatment field. In this episode, Kathy Frossard and I talk about how to rethink and integrate these departments to deliver serious results.

Duration:00:30:34

Philanthropy & Recovery with Mariel Hufnagel

9/28/2018
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The Ammon Foundation is probably one of the first philanthropic organizations springing from the addiction treatment field to focus on grants in recovery rather than scholarships for treatment. We explore how philanthropic activity ties into reducing stigma, providing value, and growing the business wing.

Duration:00:38:16

Addiction Unplugged: The TV Show with Stu Goffman

9/17/2018
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Addiction Unplugged is a new show highlighting recovery and fighting stigma. The show features a unique center in every episode. Stu and I talk about the value of such a show and how TV spots like this can and should be used from a marketing perspective.

Duration:00:34:20

A Billionaire's Vision for the Future of Addiction Treatment with Bryan Cressey

9/13/2018
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When you've personally made over a billion dollars in healthcare and have seen the devastation addiction can wreak on your extended family and community, you decide to do something about it. That's the story of Bryan Cressey, who I interview live at his office in Chicago. With decades of experience helping healthcare organizations grow, he also has the ability to see what is and isn't working in the field. So when he decided to start the non-profit Above and Beyond Family Recovery in...

Duration:00:29:23

A Lively Discussion on Real Leadership in Addiction Treatment with Ben Kaneaikala

9/7/2018
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Our field needs strong leadership. We need visionaries who see the future and are able to make the hard choices in these rapidly changing times. In this episode, I speak with the Co-Founder of Phoenix Rising on what's lacking in the field today, what we need to see instead, and how following those guidelines has helped him build his own center. If you're looking for some hard-hitting perspectives on the field and are willing to step outside your comfort zone, this is the episode for you.

Duration:00:52:58

How Alternative Treatment Modalities Drive Business Growth with Reed Smith

9/7/2018
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80% of all treatment centers follow a 12-step philosophy. While this approach has helped so very many people, there are those it doesn't work for. As we know, there is no one-size-fits-all approach to treatment. And there is a large hunger within the marketplace for alternative programming, which is why programs that provide alternatives to 12-step attract an untapped market. In this episode, I speak with Reed Smith of Centered Recovery on how their mindfulness program has helped them grow...

Duration:00:39:47

Center Spotlight on Above & Beyond Recovery with Dan Hostetler

9/3/2018
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You may be surprised to hear that one of the best treatment centers in the country is a small non-profit catering to mostly homeless and low-income populations in downtown Chicago. Above & Beyond is only 2 years old, so many people have not heard of them, but they are doing phenomenal work, as I can personally attest to. I'm super excited to share my interview with Dan and help you learn more about this amazing place that's taking such a huge lead in advancing the field of addiction...

Duration:00:49:09

Opportunities for Growth from & for Alumni with Parker Polidor

8/28/2018
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Alumni engagement is becoming ever more critical both for successful, long-term treatment outcomes, and for the health of the center. I speak with Parker Polidor, Co-Founder of CaredFor, about how alumni engagement is a whole team effort and the value it brings to patients and staff alike.

Duration:00:32:50

Marketing Musical Differentiation with Dr. Barry Reiman

8/2/2018
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In the increasingly crowded and competitive addiction treatment space, differentiation is key for success. In this episode we talk with Recovery Unplugged's VP of Business Development, Dr. Barry Reiman to share insights into how their unique focus on music drives both outreach and internal clinical programs.

Duration:00:45:51

How to Host CEU Events that Grow Referrals with David Houke

8/2/2018
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One of the cheapest and easiest strategies to build referrals and drive admissions is that of hosting CEU events. Surprisingly, it's also one of the most underutilized. In this episode David Houke of Austin Recovery gives us a step by step walk-through of exactly how to set these up at your center. You'll be amazed at how easy it is and wonder why you aren't already hosting them.

Duration:00:24:31

Biz Dev Reps - Should I Stay or Should I Go Now with Elisa Saunders

7/17/2018
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Business Development has hit a wall with reps bringing in a third the number of referrals that they used to. One reason for this is that they move around too much and enough time isn't invested to drive results. In this episode, we talk with Elisa Saunders who has experience at both Acadia and Foundations. She gives insights into why reps stay or go and we also discuss strategies to ensure success.

Duration:00:52:17

EP 16: How to Grow & Run Large Treatment Center Operations with Drew Rothermel

6/27/2018
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What does it take to run a nation-wide treatment center operation? What are key factors for growth and success? What metrics do you need to keep your finger on as a CEO? Drew Rothermel has worked at the C-suite level for both Caron and Origin Treatment Centers, and is now CEO of Liberation Way. He has a vast knowledge of running large scale operations and answers many of these questions for us in this can't miss episode of The Recovery Executive Podcast.

Duration:00:56:31

EP 15: Connecting with & Treating Celebrities with Cali Estes

6/27/2018
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Centers are always looking to connect with those who can afford treatment. In this episode, Cali Estes talks with us about her specially designed program and some of her outreach strategies that have made her the go-to addictions coach for many celebrities, CEOs, and other high profile people that value privacy and can afford high-end care. We also briefly discuss the many mistakes admissions and biz dev reps make that are hurting centers trying to reach these demographics.

Duration:00:35:07

EP 14: Is Telemedicine the Future of Addiction Treatment with Richard Capezzali

6/22/2018
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Telemedicine is the next big disruption in the field of addiction treatment and behavioral health. Either centers will learn how to incorporate it into their own program, or it will likely put them out of business. Richard Capezzali has been in the field of lead generation and addiction treatment for years, having build and sold numerous companies. He now turns his attention to telemedicine in the addiction treatment space. This is an episode anyone focused on the business-end of the...

Duration:00:41:10

EP 13: The Power of Alternative Peer Groups with John Cates

6/22/2018
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Industry veteran and Founder of both Lifeway International and Cates Academy, John Cates, talks with us about the power of alternative peer groups. Treatment outcomes are as much as 3 times better when APGs are used. In this episode, we talk about how APGs can be used not only to improve treatment outcomes, but also successfully grow and expand your program.

Duration:01:01:29

EP 12: Moving from Clinician to CEO with Robin Piper

6/22/2018
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The differences in responsibilities and focus for clinicians versus senior executives can be large, intimidating, and challenging to navigate. Robin Piper, CEO of Turning Point of Tampa, shares with us her journey from clinician to CEO, and gives advice for those looking to make the same move. She also shares ideas and strategies to ensure strong collaboration between clinical and businesses focuses. Lots to learn in this episode!

Duration:00:51:04

EP 11: Models Against Addictions with Asia Janina Dyrkacz

6/22/2018
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Models Against Addictions is an NYC-based non-profit started by Asia Janina Dyrkacz, a Polish immigrant. In this episode, we talk about her passion for using the celebrity or role model status of models to combat addiction as well as the addiction problems sometimes common in the profession.

Duration:00:55:50

EP 10: Learning from Addiction Treatment Conferences with Dee McGraw

6/20/2018
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A lot of owners, execs, and directors find it very hard to leave their center and attend an industry conference, but the rewards for doing so are tremendous. In this episode, we connect with Dee McGraw, Director of Education and Event Services for C4 Recovery, which runs the famous West Coast Symposium. We look at why conference attendance is so important and how to make the best out of any you go to.

Duration:00:37:49