AHP has built its business on applying best practices, many of which we have helped to shape, and real-world, hands-on knowledge to improving systems and business practices for our clients.
In all of the work that we do, we are guided by our mission to improve health and human services systems of care and business operations to help organizations and individuals reach their full potential.
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Midwestern Behavioral Health Provider Association
Patrick Gauthier, B.A. - View Bio
The association is currently in the process of securing investment funds in order to further establish itself as the premier behavioral health network in the state.
State Associations of Addictions Services (SAAS)
AHP produced a white paper presenting a systems change approach for SUD providers to use in adapting and transforming to the requirements of the MHPAEA and the ACA with their demands for behavioral/mental health parity and the triple aim of quality, cost, and care. The report was widely disseminated among industry, provider, and legislative stakeholders.
Illinois Alcoholism and Drug Dependence Association (IADDA)
AHP’s work with IADDA has empowered the organization to advocate on behalf of SUD and mental health providers in Illinois with key policy and regulatory stakeholders in the state and to influence positive change in the delivery of services.
National association and affiliate members
AHP enhanced the client's ability to support affiliates in preparation for health care reform and established plans with multiple chapters for product/service expansion and payment reform.
Association of service providers to individuals with physical disabilities
The project will develop a model for comprehensive, conflict free case management to integrate services while maximizing the potential for individuals to have choice in services in the most integrated settings.