For many behavioral health organizations, the coronavirus has increased costs while decreasing revenues. Social distancing protocols have made things especially difficult for residential providers, forcing many to reduce their censuses, even amid heightened demand for services.
But for Recovery Centers of America (RCA) — a private equity-backed substance use disorder (SUD) treatment provider — the coronavirus has coincided with growth.
In 2020, the company expanded into the Midwest and rolled out a digital health network, in addition to continuing to invest in its treatment and business models. As a result, RCA has seen an increase of nearly 300% in patients across its business lines this year, according to company founder and CEO Brian O’Neill.
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