Episode 2 of my Illuminare Podcast focuses on the driving forces in today’s world that shape behavioral health. It’s the second installment in an enlightening two-part series about key issues affecting the standard of behavioral health care — both now, and into the future.

I’m thrilled to welcome back my guest, bestselling author and legal expert in the healthcare industry, Harry Nelson, to help us take a more in-depth look at these issues. Listen in as we continue our discussion on the key drivers of healthcare today that are impacting behavioral health specifically, with a focus on senior care, home health and autism services.

About the Guest Speaker
Harry Nelson
Harry Nelson has been recognized as one of the leading healthcare regulatory lawyers in America. He is the founding partner of Nelson Hardiman, the largest healthcare/life science firm in Los Angeles.

Harry has received national recognition for his groundbreaking efforts to drive legal changes to improve the quality and safety of addiction treatment and behavioral healthcare, including the Behavioral Health Network’s Advocacy Award, the Davis Direction Foundation Award for Book of the Year, and the Spirit Award from CLARE Matrix.

Harry Nelson is the author of the best-selling "The United States of Opioids: A Prescription for Liberating a Nation in Pain" (ForbesBooks 2019) and "From ObamaCare to TrumpCare: Why You Should Care" (2017).

He has worked extensively with autism treatment providers and therapies, navigating regulatory, reimbursement, and other compliance challenges, as well as on transaction readiness and diligence issues.