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One of the lasting impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic is sure to be a rise in behavioral health issues facing millions of Americans. Stuart Archer, president and CEO of Oceans Healthcare, a behavioral healthcare provider operating in Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi, joins the Check Up to discuss ways the industry can better address mental healthcare.
Children’s hospitals and health systems across the country have experienced an influx of young people coming into their emergency departments for mental health-related emergencies. Such increases add to growing concerns that the nation is now facing an epidemic within a pandemic of children with undiagnosed, unmanaged and untreated mental health disorders.
There’s been no shortage of stories about the stress that the COVID-19 pandemic put on the economy and people’s lives, but it also forced the healthcare industry to rethink processes, workflow and how to more efficiently care for patients. At Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, the pandemic spurred innovation.