[SC-VINE] can take a weight off some families’ shoulders knowing they can go shopping without running into the defendant in their case, by first checking SC-VINE to know the defendant is still in custody.
Appriss Health, today announced the release of its first annual Impact Report detailing the company’s efforts to support states, the Department of Veterans Affairs, pharmacies, and hospitals to improve behavioral health and substance use...
South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson and the Dept. of Corrections announced Tuesday crime victims can now get increased access to services and information.
Organizations in the background screening industry are utilizing an employee-centric approach to post-hire continuous criminal monitoring.
According to analysis from the data firm Appriss, by the end of May, jail bookings were down by 45 percent.
The COVID-19 pandemic has fueled a resurging U.S. opioid crisis that some argue has worsened in part because of the stress and anxiety we are collectively experiencing.
Dr. Nishi Rawat discusses needs for behavioral healthcare on Harlow on Healthcare.
With widespread vaccine distribution, behavioral health organizations will resume more treatment services for patients in need. Even if such services return to pre-pandemic levels, medication-assisted treatment (MAT) services will not be...
Dr. Nishi Rawat, senior vice president, Appriss Health and co-founder of Openbeds, talks about the impact the pandemic has had on behavioral healthcare services.