The Lakehouse Recovery Center Joins the MAP Recovery Network

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The Lakehouse Recovery Center will increase its ability to improve clients’ long-term recovery rates by demonstrating their outcomes data

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We are excited about joining the Recovery Network as this further distinguishes our commitment as a holistic treatment center that is invested in the long-term recovery of our clients, stated Stuart Birnbaum, CEO & Executive Director.

The Lakehouse 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, Lakehouse Recovery will be better positioned 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 Recovery Network, The Lakehouse Recovery Center will have additional resources to help clients achieve greater long-term success.

“We strive to meet our clients where they are and we tailor our treatment plans to every individual we serve. MAP’s comprehensive Recovery Support program opens up more opportunities for us to serve our clients”, commented Stuart Birnbaum, CEO and Executive Director at The Lakehouse Recovery Center. “We are excited about joining the Recovery Network as this further distinguishes our commitment as a holistic treatment center that is invested in the long-term recovery of our clients.”

MAP’s mission is to improve addiction treatment outcomes. The company offers a wide variety of options including its renowned long-term Recovery Support Services program in order to help individuals sustain recovery post-treatment. Future plans include expanding the Recovery Network beyond the field of Behavioral Health in order to further its support to individuals in long-term recovery. According to Jacob Levenson, CEO of MAP Health Management, “Addiction treatment providers such as Lakehouse, who effectively demonstrate and improve their treatment outcomes using quantifiable data, will be strategically positioned in the shifting reimbursement paradigm to reach greater numbers of individuals seeking treatment. The field of Behavioral Health is on the threshold of adopting a pay-for-performance model and health insurance companies will begin to offer reimbursement to those who substantiate the value of services they deliver. It is imperative that quality providers be prepared to demonstrate their outcomes.”

The Lakehouse Recovery Center has taken a proactive step toward strengthening its position amongst the top-tier addiction treatment facilities in the nation. Through measuring and reporting its outcomes, Lakehouse stands behind its service and sends a powerful message to healthcare consumers that it is dedicated to helping them sustain long-term recovery in an affordable way. By joining the MAP Recovery Network, The Lakehouse Recovery Center further validates this commitment.

About The Lakehouse Recovery Center
The Lakehouse Recovery Center (http://www.lakehouserecoverycenter.com) is located in Southern California and sets itself apart with its affordability, exceptional staff and its highly successful hybrid approach to treatment which combines the 12-Step program with alternative and holistic recovery services. Lakehouse stands firm in the core belief that addiction treatment is a process best accomplished from a broad perspective and works with each client to ensure their life experience is healthy, balanced and fun as they maintain long-term recovery.

Stuart Birnbaum, CEO, Executive Director
The Lakehouse Recovery Center
890 Lake Sherwood Drive
Westlake Village, CA 91361
Admissions Line: 877-762-3707

To learn more about the MAP Recovery Network, visit http://www.ThisIsMAP.com/Map-Recovery-Network.

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