Rajesh R. Tampi, Juan J. Young and Deena J. Tampi, (Diamond Healthcare) authored: Cannabinoids for the treatment of behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia. “There is evidence to suggest that cannabinoids can reduce neurodegeneration, neuroinflammation and have neuroprotective effects through the activation of the CB1 and CB2 receptors” Read more
This Independence Day, take a step back and cherish your life and the country you live in while appreciating the sacrifices people made to give us independence today.
Many wishes for a safe 4th of July!
Diane Ricci, Program Director, talks about Valley Health’s new intensive outpatient behavioral health program for adults ages 18 and up.
Our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is a step down for those who no longer require the intensity of inpatient hospitalization or for individuals who require a higher level of care than traditional outpatient services provide. At Valley Health, IOP is a step up from traditional outpatient services. It is a three-hour program available Monday through Friday that offers additional support and structure for at-risk individuals.
“People with mental illness will present in the ER because they don’t know what else to do,” said Stephanie Knight, a licensed independent mental health practitioner.
Ingram Haley and Carmen Leschuk, both VP’s of Business Development, are representing Diamond at the Post Acute 360 Strategy and Solutions Conference at the Gaylord National Resort in Maryland on June 25 - 27, 2018.
Diamond is pleased to announce the following 2017 winners
The demand for behavioral health services across the country is strong, and the business climate is primed for investment. Increased awareness of the need for mental health and addiction treatment facilities, coupled with improved reimbursement for such services, present an attractive investment opportunity with the right management partner.
Diamond congratulates Deena Tampi, MSN, MBA-HCA, RN, Executive Vice President Clinical Services, on the publication of her first book.
Psychiatric Disorders Late in Life
On Thursday, March 22, 2018, the Behavioral Emergency Response Team (BERT) received the Program Excellence Award from Medstar Washington Hospital Center and the Board of Directors as recognition for the success of the BERT Program. The BERT Team is comprised of Registered Nurses, Social Workers and Mental Health Technician to respond in a supportive manner to all areas of the hospital for patients who are showing signs of psychiatric crisis or acute behavioral health symptoms.