How North Carolina Law Is Changing for Behavioral Health Providers

Hospitals and other behavioral health services providers in North Carolina will face new regulations next year concerning the involuntary commitment and voluntary admission of patients undergoing mental health crises. In fact, the regulations affect not only providers but also impact law enforcement agencies and local governments that transport patients in crisis. Read More

Bahati Mutisya

Bahati Mutisya

Bahati Mutisya is an associate in Parker Poe's Government & Public Policy Practice Group. She has a diverse practice that includes representing private businesses and local governments in regulatory matters and civil litigation. She has a growing health care practice where she represents health care providers in legal proceedings and helps them navigate complex legal and regulatory requirements.

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