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Should I Start an LLC, S-Corp, or Sole Proprietorship for My Agency?
Mon, 06/10/2019

Congratulations-- you've got your credentials, you've got the software (thanks to BHC!), and most importantly, you've got the drive.  Now you want to strike out with your own behavioral health business.  But how should you structure your business, and what are the benefits of the three most common options?  Read on to help discover your best approach: LLC, S-Corporation, or Sole Proprietorship.

How to Avoid HIPAA Violations
Wed, 04/03/2019

HIPAA can be a scary subject for conversation-- and for good reason.  Violations (as in, the sharing of Patient Health Information, or PHI) can carry stiff fines.  Let's explore some simple things you can do to minimize your risk of running afoul of HIPAA and staying compliant.

Important Considerations When Writing Assessments and Service Notes
Fri, 03/29/2019

It's always a challenge when trying to decide how much detail to put into your documentation, whether it's for an Assessment, a Goal, or a Service Note.  Do you write the bare essentials?  Or go for a much more thorough and detailed approach?  Here are some tips to consider.

Happy holidays and merry Christmas from Behavioral Health Connection
Fri, 12/21/2018

From all of us at Behavioral Health Connection, we wish you and your family a happy holiday season!

Tue, 12/11/2018

Is Solitude Something You Enjoy or a Way of Avoiding Others?

According to Psychology Today, solitude that you want has nothing to do with loneliness.

New features
Thu, 11/29/2018

We are excited to announce a few new features in BHC Portal!  Please visit this blog to read the full text (and see a screenshot) showing the new features we've added for our valued clients.

Mon, 11/26/2018

In a recent article posted by CMHA Alberta, 8 Tips were given for Mental Wellness during the holidays. The holiday season is a busy time for most.  There is so much to do, attend and plan, which can bring up feelings of being overwhelmed, anxious, stressed, and depressed. Conversely, this is also a time where people may feel acutely aware of the void left by the loss of a loved one, and their own personal loneliness.