University Behavioral Associates (UBA), a uniquely innovative behavioral health management services organization
UBA is an innovative behavioral health management services organization that was founded in partnership with the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore. UBA is one of the first provider-driven behavioral health companies that manages the delivery of high-quality behavioral health services, including clinical services at all levels of mental health and substance abuse care. UBA has access to renowned global leaders in behavioral healthcare, behavioral healthcare information technology, academic psychiatry and clinical research.
One of the First Successful, Provider-driven Behavioral Health Management Companies of Its Kind
Established in 1995, UBA's comprehensive services are designed to manage and improve the process, quality and continuity of behavioral healthcare while successfully managing behavioral healthcare expenses and improving patient outcomes.
Better Ways to Manage Behavioral Healthcare While Managing Costs and Improving Outcomes
Our solutions are designed to enhance the relationship between patients and behavioral healthcare providers. UBA is committed to educating the public, patients and families about psychiatric and substance-use disorders. We want to help overcome biases and preconceptions that are sometimes associated with emotional and behavioral problems.
The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Montefiore Medical Center
UBA works hand in hand with the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Montefiore Medical Center to help patients overcome a wide range of substance abuse and behavioral disorders through its uniquely designed inpatient and outpatient services and treatments.
The Department also has a comprehensive emergency and crisis program, one of the most advanced neuropsychiatric service centers, and an exceptional recovery plan for those with a dual diagnosis of substance abuse and psychiatric disorders.
To learn more about Montefiore’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, click here.