A patient who leaves ASA can’t be considered a treatment success, and a high ASA rate is sure to damage a program’s reputation. Analysis and preventive action can lower your rate of ASA discharges. Here are a few simple suggestions.

Lowering Your Residential ASA Rate: A Practical GuideIf you’re like most Executive Directors, Program Managers, or Clinical Directors, you worry about ASA rates. While you can never get them down to zero (we are treating addicts and alcoholics, after all,) there are ways to reduce them.

This article by Scott McMillin shows you how:

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