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MAP Health Management bundled servicesIntegrated Services

By bundling MAP Billing with Recovery Support and Outcome Data, your facility will benefit from state-of-the-art services and will also save on the cost of each service. All of MAP’s divisions are designed to work together to provide the information and support you need to succeed in today’s health care paradigm.

When your facility chooses to bill with MAP, you get the Recovery Support Program for less and your actionable outcome data at no cost! Streamline your operations, drive new revenue and improve your outcomes.


How Data, Technology and Big Business are Changing Everything

A major transformation in the addiction treatment field is underway. Multiple, significant factors are converging to create a new era wherein data, technology and market forces are constructing a new and enhanced path forward. This transition presents the best opportunity the field of Behavioral Health has experienced in decades to...
Bernie Sanders & Hillary Clinton

MAP Health Management Calls for Addiction Action Plans From All Candidates – Needs Your Support

125,000 Americans Die of Addiction Every Year – Why Was This Issue Not Covered During the Democratic Debate? Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton Approximately 125,000 Americans die each year due to the effects of the disease of addiction, but during the democratic presidential debate this week, none...
Family Involvement in Recovery

Family Involvement in Recovery

Variable: Family Involvement in Recovery 20% – People with solid family involvement are 20% more likely to report no family stress than those without family involvement 50% – Policing – During the first 90 days out of treatment people with solid family involvement report 50% less monitoring and policing by...
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romancing drinking

Romanticizing Use

Variable: Romanticizing Use 21.9% – Those who romanticize use are expected to be 21.41% more likely to relapse than those who do not romanticize use. 4.67 – For every 4.67 people that we might be able to move from romanticizing use to not romanticizing use, we might likely prevent 1...
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MAP Data - Relationship changes

Changes in Relationship

Variable: Changes in Relationship Those coded as having negative changes in their relationships were 21.52% more likely to relapse than those coded as having positive changes in their relationships. Therefore, for every  4.65 people we might move from having negative relationship changes to positive relationship changes, we might likely prevent...
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