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MAP Health Management Welcomes Butterfly House to its Recovery Network

MAP Health Management, the administrator of The MAP Recovery Network, announced today that Butterfly House has joined the Premier Outcomes-Driven Provider Network. The MAP Recovery Network is the preeminent, outcomes-driven alliance comprised of addiction treatment providers committed to extending the continuum of care for patients battling addiction, utilizing resources to track and apply outcomes data and demonstrating the efficacy of their treatment programs. Close to 80 addiction treatment providers have met the standards for membership and plans include expanding the membership beyond the addiction treatment space.

As the behavioral health field transitions to a pay-for-value system, providers will be required to demonstrate treatment success rates with empirical outcomes data. Patients and payers are demanding outcomes data, the standard in other segments of healthcare. By extending the continuum of care to discharged patients and providing post-treatment support, providers have the ability to collect outcomes data and track their rates of success. Through its technology platform, MAP offers an array of services and resources including licensed counselors in every state, and a technology platform that provides a structured, standardization method for providing post-treatment support and collaborating with a patient’s entire treatment team.

By joining the MAP Recovery Network, Butterfly House will more effectively navigate the changing reimbursement model and strongly position itself in the new healthcare paradigm. The Recovery Network includes a distinguished membership including in-patient and out-patient treatment facilities, sober homes, patient-specific facilities within the Florida Association of Recovery Residences of which Butterfly House is a certified recovery residence.

Kim Koslow, Founder and CEO of Butterfly House commented, “I am excited that Butterfly House has joined the MAP Recovery Network. We strive to offer the most effective care with the best possible outcomes for our clientele. As we look toward the future of addiction treatment, Butterfly House will continue to deliver the highest quality of continued care.”

MAP’s mission is to improve treatment outcomes for individuals struggling with addictions and other behavioral health issues. According to Jacob Levenson, CEO of MAP Health Management, “Our nation has fallen behind in meeting the addiction epidemic head-on. We now understand that through technology we can extend the continuum of care and improve outcomes, this will propel the field to a new level of success. Butterfly House is a welcome addition to the work we are doing to fight addiction.”

Butterfly House provides recovery services and a continuum of care for boomer and older adult women. The spacious private home is a spiritual oasis offering safety and support for women to heal. Membership in the MAP Recovery Network further distinguishes this private recovery program as experts in their field.

About Got Real Recovery - Butterfly House
Butterfly House is a recovery residence for women to heal from both behavioral and process addictive disorders. Residents are offered a safe and structured environment to work with licensed and credentialed professional women specializing in trauma. Individual, couple, family and group counseling are offered with a focus on women’s issues, addiction and recovery, depression and anxiety, grief and loss, work and career challenges, family reconciliation and spirituality.

Further information on Butterfly House may be found at

Administrative and Counseling Office
Got Real Recovery - Butterfly House
521 Lake Avenue, Suite 4
Lake Worth, FL 33460
Admissions: 561-588-5522

About MAP Health Management, LLC
MAP Health Management is the nation’s leader in the provision of a comprehensive, accessible technology platform designed to improve treatment outcomes for patients treated for addictions and other behavioral health illnesses. MAP provides telehealth services, recovery support programs and revenue cycle management to its clients. The MAP Recovery Network, The Premier Outcomes-Driven Provider Network, is comprised of quality treatment providers committed to measuring and demonstrating outcomes data. Network members are able to differentiate themselves to behavioral health consumers and health insurance payers by demonstrating treatment success rates. Nationally recognized treatment facilities trust MAP to help them navigate and thrive in the new healthcare paradigm by utilizing the latest data-driven technologies. MAP’s dedicated teams of research analysts, clinical directors, recovery advocates, technology professionals and billing experts work to improve patient outcomes, empower treatment providers with data, reduce costs and drive facility revenue. For more information, see

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