How CityBlock, Wayspring and Innovive Leverage Non-Clinical Teams to Treat Serious Mental Illness

Value-based care can enable personal relationships between behavioral health patients and providers in ways that fee-for-service models simply can’t. These relationships can be essential for supporting people with comorbidities in their journeys to live healthier lives. One way to build such relationships is by caring for patients in their home and the community, while integrating […]

CareSource and Wayspring Launch In-Home Program for Substance Use Disorder Population

Nonprofit health plan CareSource has announced a partnership with value-based addiction treatment company Wayspring to launch an in-home care program for substance use disorder (SUD). The program – which is billed as the first of its kind – will initially be rolled out in Indiana and will be available to Medicaid enrollees in 25 counties […]

Wayspring CEO: Value-Based Care Models are Perfect Fit to Serve Substance Use Disorder Populations

The trend to value-based care in the behavioral health market continues to evolve. In late September, Wayspring announced it raised $75 million to target individuals struggling with substance use disorder (SUD). The market is ripe for innovation, as more than $90 billion is spent annually on the SUD population by Medicaid and Medicare Advantage managed […]

Wayspring Raises $75M for Value-Based Substance Use Disorder Treatment

axialHealthcare — a Nashville, Tennessee-based substance use disorder (SUD) treatment company — has received a $75 million investment, along with rebranding itself to Wayspring. Founded in 2012, Wayspring is a value-based care solutions company that links prospective patients to providers of treatment services. Patients and providers are connected through a network of SUD treatment organizations, […]