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ValueOptions, Inc. claims to be the largest privately owned behavioral health maintenance organization (BHMO) in the United States. Also is currently being merged with Beacon Health Strategies and new company name will be created. 
Based in Norfolk, Virginia, ValueOptions, Inc. is the product of a 1998 merger of two smaller companies, Value Behavioral Health and Options Health Care. The company is a subsidiary of FHC Health Systems which was founded in 1983 by psychiatrist Dr. Ronald I. Dozoretz, MD, who is the company's CEO and Chairman of the Board.
ValueOptions provides behavioral healthcare management to more than 50 Fortune 500 companies, national and regional health plans, and federal, state, and local governments. Most ValueOptions locations are accredited by URAC (formerly the Utilization Review Accreditation Commission).
ValueOptions serves nearly 34 million people and has service centers in 15 US states. Its revenue in 2011 was US$915 million and projects a $1.5 billion revenue this year.
List of clients
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- American Postal Workers Union
- Beaumont Health Systems
- Chevron Corporation
- Commonwealth of Virginia
- Continental Airlines
- Detroit Medical Center
- Food Employers Labor Relations Association (FELRA)
- General Motors
- Hospital Corporation of America
- Indiana-Kentucky Railroad Company
- Kaiser Permanente
- Kellogg Company
- Louisiana Office of Group Benefits
- North Carolina Medicaid 
- Nike, Inc.
- Oakwood Health System
- Owens Corning
- Pitney Bowes
- Screen Actors Guild
- Total Health Care
- UAW Retirees
- United Food & Commercial Workers
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