Early data from Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation suggests that virtual intensive outpatient services have been as effective as on-site IOP treatment, a promising development as providers have moved many operations to virtual platforms as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Universal Health Services and Eleos Health, a behavioral health tech firm, have announced the launch of a six-week pilot program for clinical decision-support software to analyze patient experiences and treatment outcomes in Nashville.
A national study of 2,619 licensed psychologists conducted by researchers at Virginia Commonwealth University found that their clinical work conducted via telehealth platforms has increased 12-fold since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The question is not so much if digital healthcare services will expand, but rather which ones will succeed and by how much. To understand how to evaluate innovation, we should look back on some lessons from recent history.
Gloo and the Psychiatry and Behavioral Health Learning Network have announced a partnership to create a virtual center of excellence aimed at improving patient outcomes among mental health treatment and addiction recovery providers.