A component of CARF standard 2.A.6 relates to evidence-based practices used in the accredited programs. This information is often documented in the Program Plan. For a list of evidence-based practices approved by SAMHSA, click here.
NREPP is a searchable online registry of more than 280 interventions supporting mental health promotion, substance abuse prevention, and mental health and substance abuse treatment.
Value-Based Fees & High ROI
When our company was founded in 2011, we based our fee schedule on hourly fees, just like other CARF consultants. However, we quickly determined that this was not the best approach.
After researching various fee schedules, Behavioral Health Resources determined that the most effective fee arrangement for customers is the value-based fee structure (versus hourly or daily rates). The concept of value-based fees means that the fee is established collaboratively with the customer and is a mutually beneficial business arrangement.
Value-based fees remove the uncertainty about cost and create incentives to increase productivity and reduce inefficiency. The emphasis of value-based fees is a significant shift away from "How much time?" to "What is the value and outcome?"
Do you want to pay for the consultant's time,
or for guaranteed results?
about value-based fees and how your organization can benefit.