Humans, Tech, and the Future of Behavioral Health
Too often, “behavioral health integration” has come to mean behavioral health providers working in physical proximity to primary care or specialty providers. True BHI, however, requires care coordination and shared patient goals, going beyond just simple physical co-location. It’s a continual, organization-wide improvement process that leads to full treatment partnerships among interdisciplinary teams of providers, care managers and patients.
Healthcare organizations are missing a crucial piece of the BHI puzzle… and it’s costing them dearly. This session brings together leaders across the healthcare ecosystem with decades of experience to discuss the challenges - and opportunities - of how emerging technologies can properly augment care and facilitate better behavioral healthcare.
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Additional Supporting Materials
- Lessons learned from a leading healthcare system in Florida on how new technologies helped to accelerate their shift to collaborative, integrated.
- How the CMO of a major health care organization thinks about the evolution of digital health and the balance between tech and personal touch.
- Understand how an integrated approach to behavioral health can be both scalable and profitable while still remaining patient centric.
Will Crowley, Director of Marketing, NeuroFlow