Why Today’s Approach to Behavioral Health is Failing

Why Today’s Approach to Behavioral Health is Failing

Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, an estimated 44 million Americans were living with mental illness and nearly 60 percent were not receiving treatment. When you add in the traumatic nature of the pandemic, the related economic constriction, and the extended social isolation experienced by many Americans, the pandemic’s impact could increase the prevalence of behavioral […]

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Improving Military Mental Health Programs

Improving Military Mental Health Programs

In my time as a military nurse, I had direct and daily exposure to the behavioral health implications of military life. Although behavioral health challenges are nothing new to service members and their families, veterans and active-duty military personnel are facing higher rates of behavioral health challenges since COVID-19 began.  Unfortunately, too often the VA […]

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Arm Your Value-Based Care Partners with BHI technology

Arm Your Value-Based Care Partners with BHI technology

Better manage risk, costs & outcomes with true behavioral health integration COVID-19 has stretched the healthcare industry in new and challenging ways. Primary care and other providers continue to do their best to care for increasingly complex cases – including managing more behavioral health conditions than ever before. At the same time, health plans are […]

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A Q&A on COVID-19 and Collaborative Care with Dr. Lori Raney

A Q&A on COVID-19 and Collaborative Care with Dr. Lori Raney

The nation’s mental health crisis has been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. With additional safeguards and restrictions being implemented to contain the spread of the virus, increased experiences of depression, social isolation, and anxiety will follow closely.   For years, healthcare experts have been working to build widespread awareness and adoption of the Collaborative Care Model […]

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Behavioral Health for Veterans: A Better Path Forward

Behavioral Health for Veterans: A Better Path Forward

How identifying and adapting to unique health risks is the key to better mental health outcomes for Veterans   Mental health services have reached a crisis point in the United States. The lack of high-quality mental health care impacts the daily lives of millions of Americans. But this absence is rapidly becoming an even greater […]

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6 Best Practices for Championing Customer Success in Healthcare

6 Best Practices for Championing Customer Success in Healthcare

Customer Success is essential to ensuring the satisfaction and advocacy of those who rely on your products and services. In the healthcare industry, it’s a particularly unique challenge to ensure your partners are achieving their goals amidst the plethora of standards providers and clinicians are also required to meet.  I wanted to  share several best […]

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Beyond Awareness, We Need to Drive Change in Mental Health

Beyond Awareness, We Need to Drive Change in Mental Health

While 1 in 5 Americans live with a mental illness and almost half of U.S. adults will experience one during their lifetime, the events of the past several weeks remind us that raising awareness around mental health is critical for everyone. While it’s hard to look into the future in the middle of a crisis, 2020 has the opportunity […]

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Tips & Resources for Provider Burnout

Tips & Resources for Provider Burnout

For a few weeks now, in countries around the world, people have been coming to their windows and doorways to pay tribute to the health care workers on the frontlines of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Up and down streets, throughout towns and cities, people can be heard clapping in unison in a show of support […]

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