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Hazelden Betty Ford executive will oversee clinical standardization

October 14, 2016
by Gary A. Enos, Editor
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John Driscoll has been named senior vice president of recovery services at the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, filling a newly created position that will unify all clinical operations at the nationally prominent provider organization.

Among the duties to be assumed by Driscoll, who has worked for the organization since 1999, will be facilitating greater standardization of clinical operations across Hazelden Betty Ford and overseeing expansion of the trademarked Comprehensive Opioid Response with Twelve Steps protocol, which includes maintenance medication treatment for some patients.

Driscoll is a licensed alcohol and drug counselor and has served as vice president for Hazelden Betty Ford's Midwest and Eastern regional operations since last year.

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