IIBH Conference to Host Tennessee Titan, Patient Safety Pioneer and Industry Leaders in Music City

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June 15, 2016

Foundations Recovery Network’s Innovations in Behavioral Health event contributes to Nashville’s growing focus on behavioral health

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Nashville, TN | June 15, 2016– Foundations Recovery Network (FRN), an innovative behavioral health treatment provider, is proud to announce that the Innovations in Behavioral Healthcare Conference (IIBH) will be returning to Nashville for the second year in a row. The conference will be held June 20-21 at the Hilton Hotel downtown.

During the welcome reception on the eve of the conference, Tennessee Titan Anthony Fasano will be in attendance for a meet and greet. Fasano was personally touched with disease of drug and alcohol addiction when he watched a family member fall prey. Witnessing his family member’s inspiring recovery led him to found Next Chapter Addiction Treatment in Florida.

The keynote presentation on Monday, June 20, will feature John Nance, a patient safety pioneer and well-known advocate for applying the lessons of aviation safety to healthcare providers. In May 2016, the Washington Post reported the third leading cause of death in the United States is medical errors. Nance’s speech is timely with the growing need for safe behavioral healthcare practices.

This year’s conference will feature 37 speakers and 88 exhibitors traveling to Nashville from all over the U.S. and internationally. Last year’s conference drew more than 600 attendees and is expected to grow this year. New for 2016 are educational lunches held at The Schermerhorn Symphony Center and Country Music Hall of Fame, giving attendees a chance to experience some Music City landmarks.

About IIBH

Innovations in Behavioral Healthcare is about exploring best methods of treating patients and helping them attain physical and mental health for the long-term—but it’s also about fostering the health businesses. With an emphasis on education for both medical and treatment professionals, Innovations in Behavioral Healthcare offers continuing education credits toward a Professionals Certificate from Belmont University. This conference appeals to providers on all sides of the industry — laboratory services, sober living centers, hospitals, clinicians, doctors, nurses, case managers and a variety of other treatment professionals in the therapeutic and business arenas of healthcare.

For more information about the conference and registration information, please visit discontinued events.


For general press information and media inquiries contact:

Kaitlin Pickrel
Direct line: 615-221-0390
For all other treatment related questions, please call 866-491-6549.
[email protected]

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