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Julie Miller

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Year of Award: 
2017
Affiliation: 
Behavioral Healthcare Magazine

As Editor in Chief of Behavioral Healthcare Executive and Addiction Professional, Julie Miller leads the team in creating trend analyses and feature packages that resonate with the leaders of the recovery community. Content highlights have included a 2016 Policy Survey and a 2017 Ethics Survey that each sought to examine the attitudes of treatment centers on key industry issues. Additionally, she moderates live events across the country and online, bringing the expertise of behavioral health thought leaders to the forefront.

She has gained a variety experiences in her business-to-business publishing career over the past 20 years. Previously, she served as Editor in Chief of two national healthcare publications that reached the managed-care and pharmaceutical-review markets.

A graduate of the University of Akron, Miller has not only covered the U.S. healthcare market, she has gained insight into international healthcare models through invitation-only executive missions in France and Ireland.

Miller has also demonstrated editorial excellence and journalistic achievements, earning more than a dozen national and regional awards. She is a member of the American Society of Business Publication Editors and the Press Club of Cleveland.

About This Award

The Michael Q. Ford Journalism Award was established by the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers to recognize the journalistic efforts, both electronic and print, that promote the value of and need for addiction treatment.

This award was developed in recognition of the immense leadership provided by Michael Q. Ford, the first Executive of the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers, and whose journalistic style and flair was evident in all of NAATP's publications. During Michael’s tenure, his energy, wit and determination helped shape the direction of this organization.