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Magellan

Formerly known as Magellan Health Services, Inc., Magellan Health a for-profit managed healthcare company that is focused on behavioral healthcare. In 2018, it ranked #475 on the Fortune 500.

Magellan Health began as a psychiatric hospital chain, Charter Medical, headquartered in Macon, Ga. The company filed for bankruptcy in 1992, stemming from debt incurred as a result of a 1988 management-led takeover. After recovering, the company moved its headquarters to Atlanta in 1994. These days, the company employs more than 10,000 people.

After two decades of mergers and moves—Magellan acquired Merit Behavioral Care Corp. in 1997—Magellan Health is now headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Magellan Health goes beyond traditional managed care by delivering behavioral health and employee assistance program services to health plans, employers, Medicaid, Medicare, and the Federal government, including the military. Magellan also delivers specialty health—including musculoskeletal, cardiac, advanced imaging management and physical medicine.

The company’s approach tends to address the costliest areas and most unique needs of health plans. In doing this, Magellan purports to fuel innovations and the discovery of unmet clinical needs to improve both health and financial outcomes.

Advanced analytics, robust networks, and clinical excellence combined with 50 years of experience enables Magellan to meet employers’ financial and health goals. This complete-person perspective inspires a full range of healthcare, including behavioral health, pharmacy benefits management, and specialty health care solutions.

In 2015, Magellan became two businesses—healthcare and pharmacy—to better align with its markets. Additionally, Magellan expanded its government relations functions to work proactively with states to help shape healthcare strategies and identify long-term growth opportunities and risks.

Finding the Most Appropriate Treatment

Studying up on insurance options can be overwhelming, especially if you or someone you know is suffering from addiction. Of course, knowledgeable advisors are available, and they can verify your insurance coverage and find the best treatment for you. Call your Magellan provider and ask a representative about the details of your plan.

Inpatient versus Outpatient Treatment

Some people seem to think that residential addiction treatment is the only option when it comes to recovery, but there are many different forms of treatment.

Some addiction treatment is known as inpatient, meaning that the patient will live on the grounds of a residential facility for a predetermined period, usually 30 or 60 days. This is the kind of treatment provided by JourneyPure At the River.

During this time, clients are compelled to focus on addressing their addictions as well as any co-occurring mental health issues and developing the coping skills necessary to continue living a sober life.

Other treatment can be arranged for those whose lives do not allow them to be away for so long. For these people, the outpatient level of care is well suited to their needs. Outpatient treatment facilities require the client to participate for a few hours per week. In middle Tennessee, JourneyPure outpatient facilities include JourneyPure Nashville – Park Avenue, JourneyPure Nashville – Paragon Mills, JourneyPure Murfreesboro, JourneyPure Franklin, and JourneyPure Clarksville.

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