May 5, 1988
U.S. Behavioral Health, an Emeryville-based provider of employee assistance programs and behavioral health management, has named Eugene D. Hill III president and chief executive.
December 20, 1988
U.S. Behavioral Health, Emeryville, a provider of managed mental health-care and employee assistance programs, has announced its expansion into the Los Angeles area and the appointment of Samuel L. Mayhugh as vice president-development. Mayhugh, 50, previously was president and chief executive at LifeLink and Treatment Centers of America, Los Angeles.
March 31, 1991 |
Community Psychiatric Centers shook the psychiatric hospital industry several weeks ago when it launched a radical new pricing system that will in effect push patients out the doors of its clinics as quickly as possible. CPC's marketing strategy marks a drastic departure for the industry. Instead of billing patients the customary daily rate, the firm is offering a flat rate for each case.
August 16, 1996 |
Every day, as she watches thousands of drivers nose their cars up the freeway onramp that curves just a few feet beyond the floor-to-ceiling windows of her downtown loft, Toni Lee counts herself lucky to be in San Francisco. "I love it," Lee, a graphic artist, says of living and working alongside the noisy, crowded sweep of concrete. "It is an urban forest. It captures the energy of this city." Energy. The word most commonly used these days when San Franciscans describe their city.
August 27, 1988 |
A Northrop worker ordered by his boss to seek treatment for alcoholism was told by the physician provided through the firm's health maintenance organization simply to "go home and quit drinking."