Ethics in Behavioral Healthcare Business Operations​

Cincinnati, OH - Thursday, October 12, 2017 at 11am-1pm (ET)
Behavioral healthcare is a rapidly growing field. As more funding has become available, many new programs have opened, existing centers have expanded, and access to care has increased. Concurrent with this growth, however, have been ethical concerns as programs rapidly transform.
Owners and operators are concerned about competing with organizations that engage in patient brokering, misrepresentation in marketing, overreliance on drug testing, and inaccurate or fraudulent financial and outcomes data. Reputable providers face ethical dilemmas as they balance growth and investment opportunities on one hand with providing effective and efficient patient care on the other. Join Behavioral Healthcare for a panel discussion exploring these topics.
Upon attending this program, attendees will be able to:
  • Understand basic dos and don'ts of ethical marketing
  • Identify the proper use of drug testing in an ethical treatment program
  • Identify financial best practices in treatment operations
  • Understand how technology can be used to provide accurate data 
One hour of continuing education credit will be available.

Maggiano's Little Italy
Kenwood Towne Centre
7875 Montgomery Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45236


Cavender C. Kimble
Balch & Bingham, Chair
Chris Kimble is Chair of the Healthcare Litigation Practice Group of Balch & Bingham.  He maintains a regional practice throughout the Southeastern United States in litigation and counseling in the areas of health law, class action, fraud and abuse, medical malpractice insurance, governmental investigations, and ERISA.  Prior to joining Balch & Bingham, he practiced at Winston & Strawn.  Chris has been listed in the Best Lawyers in America since 2007 and Super Lawyers since 2008.  In 2013, he was named by Best Lawyers as Birmingham Employee Benefits Lawyer of the Year and Birmingham Insurance Law Lawyer of the Year.  He is the past President of the Alabama State Bar Health Law Section and Vice Chair of the Healthcare Liability and Litigation Practice Group of the American Health Lawyers Association. Chris currently litigates a significant number of MH/SA insurance disputes and is a frequent speaker and author on developments in health care-related topics.
Matthew M. Dorman
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer
With more than 20 years experience in technology management, operations, finance and investment banking and 18 years of political and government understanding and knowledge, Mr. Dorman has driven Credible from a start-up with a Mission to improve the quality of care in behavioral health to a profitable, financially stable company with over 240 contracts, annual revenues exceeding $20,000,000 with more than 130 staff spanning 8 states.  Prior to starting Credible and growing Credible to a leadership role in the Behavioral Health Enterprise software market, Mr. Dorman managed a $40 million e-Commerce division for Lockheed Martin. Previously, Mr. Dorman worked in the private sector managing turn-around’s and proving investment banking and management consulting.  Prior to his MBA, Mr. Dorman worked in county and state government in Maryland as well as on Capitol Hill.  He earned his MBA in Finance from the University of Maryland and a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Delaware.
John Raymond
Chief Marketing Officer, Panacea Healthcare Services
John Raymond currently serves as the Chief Marketing Officer of Panacea Healthcare Services. John has worked in behavioral healthcare for over fifteen years and has held several executive positions throughout his career including Director of Business Development, Director of Utilization Review, Director of Marketing and Chief Executive Officer. His most recent tenure has been with the pioneering revenue services provider PRRS, Inc. where he held the role of Director of Client Services, Utilization Management and Development.  John is also co-host of the James and John Show, a Panacea Podcast that focuses on operations and leadership in the healthcare community.
*There is a $25 registration fee, but all attendees will receive a $25 American Express gift card at the conclusion of the event.
Registration is required to attend; seating is limited.