Due to the recent surge in investigations of drug treatment program marking and recruiting practices in California, as well as a relaxed history of enforcement, the drug rehab space has developed a liberal culture of paying marketers for patients. Additionally, many young patients in need of addiction treatment do not have insurance and marketers are illegally signing them up for insurance in order to "sell" them to drug rehab facilities. Finally, many drug rehabs are utilizing separate nonprofits through which people may donate to buy insurance coverage for patients in need.
Insurance companies regard these practices as abusive. What types of financial arrangements are allowed between alcohol and drug treatment programs and marketers? What are the legal ramifications of helping/assisting patients to get insurance in advance of drug treatment?
This seminar will help addiction treatment professionals to clear their way to compliance.
Harry Nelson, Nelson Hardiman