By Monica E. Oss These are lean times for health and human service organizations. The drop in face-to-face visits of all types. Limited demand for “non-emergency” procedures and services. In the past six months, the CARES Act Provider Relief Fund disbursements have been a lifesaver for many. More than one provider organization executive has said that without those funds they would have closed many programs at this point. Just a few months ago, a National Council for Behavioral Health survey found that only 9% of provider organization executives believed they could survive a year (see The Sound Of Closing Doors) without government assistance. And the need for government assistance to continue with “business as usual” hasn’t diminished. A…
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