One of the silver linings of Covid-19 is the widespread adoption of tele-mental health solutions—a recent study shows 40 percent of all visits to a psychiatrist in the first half of this year were telehealth. As many continue to face increased rates of isolation, loneliness and financial hardship as a result of the pandemic, now is the time to explore increased access to mental health treatments for the long term. How can health systems address the rise in behavioral health cases, as clinician shortages and prohibitive costs plague the U.S.?
Join us for a timely discussion on the mental health crisis and how asynchronous care is helping increase access to treatment.
Attendees will better understand:
• The current landscape of behavioral health concerns and what limitations are inhibiting patient access to care
• The fundamentals of asynchronous technology and how it can directly impact the treatment of behavioral health issues
• How asynchronous technology enables better access to care,while addressing social determinants of health