ABHWAssociation for Behavioral Health and Wellness (est. 1994; Washington, DC)
ABHWAssociation of Black Harvard Women
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"There are better ways to inform consumers about how their plan is implementing parity without overwhelming them with thousands of pages of documentation," according to Pamela Greenberg, the ABHW president.
"What we've seen so far is that there has not been any substantial movement by employers to drop mental health coverage or restrict coverage based on the parity requirements," says Pamela Greenberg, MPP, president and CEO of the Association for Behavioral Health and Wellness (ABHW), a trade association that represents managed care companies.
ABHW's members cover more than 110 million insured lives and more than 20 million EAP lives.
ABHW and its member companies' vision is to use their behavioral health expertise to improve healthcare outcomes for individuals and families across the healthcare spectrum.
ABHW's mission is to be the national voice for behavioral health and wellness companies, committed to improving healthcare access and outcomes as well as promoting health and wellness by effectively treating mental health, substance use, and other behaviors that impact health.
* providing opportunities for ABHW members to exchange ideas and offer creative solutions to problems that impact all members; and
The American Managed Behavioral Healthcare Association has changed its mission, vision, and name to reflect the changes taking place among its members and the industry, becoming the Association for Behavioral Health and Wellness (ABHW).