Chronic Kidney Disease and Mental Health

Chronic Kidney Disease and Mental Health

A series on addressing chronic conditions through mental health care to improve outcomes and the bottom line Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a physically exhausting diagnosis for more than one in seven U.S. adults. It’s also a significant cost driver: Medicare alone spent $130 billion in 2018 for people in all stages of kidney disease. Health […]

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Drive Down Costs by Ramping Up Behavioral Health

Drive Down Costs by Ramping Up Behavioral Health

A series on addressing chronic conditions through mental health care to improve outcomes and the bottom line The effects—and downstream costs—resulting from co-occurring chronic physical and mental health conditions are staggering. For example: Among people with diabetes, heart disease, COPD, chronic pain and cancer, 73%-80% of participants in a voluntary screening scored positive or at-risk […]

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Answering Common Questions on Collaborative Care (CoCM)

Answering Common Questions on Collaborative Care (CoCM)

With rising rates of depression and anxiety across the country, health systems are seeking a comprehensive solution to address mental health. These strategies often include implementing a behavioral health integration (BHI) program, but as health systems and payers encounter the influx of patients requiring mental health services, they must consider the Psychiatric Collaborative Care Model […]

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Meet the Team: Rishi Patel – Data Scientist

Meet the Team: Rishi Patel – Data Scientist

An experienced data scientist is critical when you’re looking to build tools and technologies that are tackling complex problems in healthcare.  We pride ourselves on being data-driven; consequently, the impact of the data team at NeuroFlow is felt throughout every department. In this latest version of our “meet the team” series, Rishi Patel, NeuroFlow’s Data […]

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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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