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Improving behavioral healthcare: Examples of unnecessary rules
“One thing behavioral healthcare can do is get rid of unnecessary rules—rules that have been developed for staff convenience or organizational reasons like cost, rather than for patient comfort and care,” says Kevin Ann Huckshorn, PhD, MSN, RN, ICADC, a licensed mental health nurse and substance abuse clinician.
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