What Is Measurement-Based Care?
Measurement-based care (MBC) can be defined as the practice of basing clinical care on data collected throughout treatment. MBC is considered a core component of numerous evidence-based practices and frameworks that can be added to any treatment.
Traditional physical health has measurement, and so should behavioral health.
Treatment: Insulin, Dietary Changes, Medication.
Treatment: Medical Procedures, Exercise, Stress Management.
Anxiety & Depression
Treatment: CBT, Integrated Care, Mindfulness, Medication.
What Are The Benefits of MBC?
Improved Patient Outcomes
In a randomized controlled trial, researchers found that 74% of patients receiving MBC experienced remission improvements for depression (compared to 29% in control group).*
76% of NeuroFlow users remain engaged with their care beyond six weeks, with an average of 31 activities completed in the first month.*
*NeuroFlow internal data (n > 37,000)
Meets Joint Commission Standards
Launched in 2018, Standard CTS 03.01.09 requires behavioral health organizations to assess outcomes for the individuals they serve through the use of a standardized tool or instrument.
Only 20% of Clinicians
Implement MBC Due To:
Making Measurement-Based Care a Breeze
NeuroFlow helps you to automate, simplify, and scale the delivery of MBC in a cost-effective manner.
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