“Due to our work with NeuroRecover treatment, we believe Serenity Springs is the best treatment center in Florida and by demonstrating our outcomes we strengthen our commitment to those we serve”, said Joe Adevai, CEO of Serenity Springs.
Edgewater, FL (PRWEB) October 01, 2015
Serenity Springs Recovery Center announced today it has joined the MAP Recovery Network, The Premier Outcomes-Driven Provider Network, to help improve its clients’ long-term recovery rates. By becoming a member of the recently launched Network, Serenity Springs will be able to secure new revenue streams, more effectively navigate the changing reimbursement model and differentiate itself to behavior healthcare consumers using quality measures. The Recovery Network is the first-ever, standardized, outcomes-driven alliance comprised of providers who are dedicated to delivering quality addiction treatment, utilizing resources to track and apply outcomes data, improve services and demonstrate the efficacy of chemical dependency programs. By joining the MAP Recovery Network, Serenity Springs increases its ability to help clients achieve long-term recovery from addiction and alcoholism.
“Due to our revolutionary work with NeuroRecover treatment, we believe Serenity Springs is the best drug and alcohol treatment center in Florida and by demonstrating our outcomes we strengthen our commitment to those we serve”, said Joe Adevai, CEO of Serenity Springs Recovery. “I have a great deal of compassion and understanding for those who suffer from addiction and being able to enhance our aftercare program by providing 12 months of recovery support further ensures our clients will sustain long-term recovery.”
MAP’s mission is to improve addiction treatment outcomes. The company offers an array of options including its renowned long-term Recovery Support Services program in order to help patients sustain recovery post-treatment. Future plans include expanding the Recovery Network beyond the field of Behavioral Health. According to Jacob Levenson, CEO of MAP Health Management, “Behavior healthcare consumers have traditionally experienced challenging and overwhelming decisions as to the addiction treatment facility best-suited to their needs. By effectively demonstrating and improving treatment outcomes using quantifiable data, Serenity Springs will be strategically positioned in the shifting reimbursement sector to broaden the ability to reach greater numbers of people in need of treatment. The validation of outcomes data will help individuals recognize quality treatment programs.”
Serenity Springs Recovery Center joins an exclusive alliance of quality treatment providers dedicated to demonstrating their outcomes to the field of behavioral health, individuals seeking treatment and to healthcare insurance payers. With pay-for-performance plans looming on the horizon, addiction treatment facilities capable of demonstrating their efficacy through quality measures will be well-prepared for the evolving reimbursement model.
About Serenity Springs Recovery Center:
Serenity Springs Recovery Center (http://www.serenityspringsrecovery.com) is a drug and alcohol, dual-diagnosis treatment center located in central Florida on the beach. Serenity Springs strives to build the spiritual strengths of its clients by using the best modern and innovative practices in addiction treatment including Neurorecover amino acid drug and alcohol treatment. With more than twenty years of research backing the science that addresses the underlying cause of addiction, these formulas provide amino acids that assist the brain’s natural healing processes which helps Serenity Springs clients recover from the suffering, withdrawal and future cravings of drugs and alcohol. Every client at Serenity Springs is immersed in and completes all 12 Steps as part of their therapeutic program.
Tom Fawcett, Account Executive, Head of Marketing
Serenity Springs Recovery Center
1555 Cow Creek Road
Edgewater, FL 32132
Admissions Helpline: 386-423-4540
Direct Line: 386-576-4481
To learn more about the MAP Recovery Network, visit http://www.ThisIsMAP.com/Map-Recovery-Network.