Erica Missicano becomes SB&H leader

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Posted 8/6/20

Erica Missicano has joined Southwest Behavioral & Health Services as vice president of compliance and risk management, overseeing all procedures, protocols and strategies.

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Erica Missicano becomes SB&H leader

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Erica Missicano has joined Southwest Behavioral & Health Services as vice president of compliance and risk management, overseeing all procedures, protocols and strategies.

Protecting SB&H and its assets, Ms. Missicano will also promote a culture of risk awareness and accountability, according to a press release.

With more than 15 years of quality management experience in the behavioral health industry, before starting at SB&H, Ms. Missicano was responsible for assisting providers with understanding audit expectations and requirements for Aetna/Mercy Care.

In addition to investigating quality of care reviews, her experience includes quality management and clinical positions at Magellan Health Services, Arizona Department of Health Services, Office of the Monitor, ValueOptions, Inc. and Triple R Behavioral Health.

She received her master of social work from the Indiana University School of Social Work, the release added.

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