Evidence-based model supports better health outcomes by providing physicians with better tools to coordinate access to mental health services
CommonSpirit Health, a national nonprofit health system serving communities at more than 1,000 care sites and 137 hospitals across 21 states, today announced it is offering new access to support for depression and anxiety within the primary care setting through a partnership with Concert Health, a leading behavioral health medical group. This model will place CommonSpirit’s primary care physicians at the center of all physical and behavioral aspects of care by connecting patients with Concert Health’s remotely located behavioral health care managers who provide therapy and develop a behavioral health care plan for each patient.
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Access to behavioral health services in the U.S. is challenging at the best of times, and for patients, the lack of care can have far-reaching
YWCA daycares stay open during coronavirus for healthcare workers Tuesday, May 26, at the 1600 N. Brown location in El Paso.
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COVID-19 is challenging the region’s partners to unite, adapt and maximize resources. The good news is that since 2014, El Paso County leaders, champions and advocates from all sectors, have been communicating, coordinating and collaborating to provide timely mental health and addiction treatment and support services for individuals and families in need.
On Oct. 14, members of the El Paso Behavioral Consortium will convene in a virtual environment for the 6th Annual Consortium Progress Summit. This public event will showcase the work being done to improve the mental health and addiction services available in the region. To register and receive details for the event, visit: https://meetingtomorrow.com/webcast/2020ConsortiumSummit.
Following the Aug. 3, 2019, tragedy, mental health
STOCKHOLM, Oct. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — SyntheticMR announced today that they have signed an agreement with GE Healthcare to integrate their quantitative MRI solution SyMRI in GE’s platform. As part of the agreement, GE Healthcare will integrate the new SyMRI offering into their platform to provide faster workflows, unique physiologic information, and objective decision support leveraging quantification, to their customers globally.
GE Healthcare currently sells a customized imaging solution, MAGiC, developed by SyntheticMR to their customers, which enables users to speed up their imaging workflow by generating multiple contrast-weighted images and parametric maps in a single five minute scan. With this agreement, they will also be able to offer customers the full functionality of the SyMRI product, called MAGiC Neuro, including tissue volumes, industry-first myelin-correlated volumes, and quantitative data of the patient.
“GE Healthcare is pleased to continue the great collaboration with SyntheticMR to address the growing needs
BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Kyruus, the leader in provider search and scheduling solutions for health systems, and Cerner Corporation, a global healthcare technology company, today announced that Adventist Health, a faith-based, nonprofit integrated health system serving the West Coast and Hawaii, has enhanced its digital consumer access experience with integrated technology solutions from the two companies. Adventist Health has deployed Kyruus ProviderMatch® for Consumers both on its website and within its patient engagement solution, powered by Cerner technology, to help consumers find the right care and schedule appointments online.
Adventist Health serves more than 80 communities across California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington through a network of more than 23 hospitals, 290 clinics, and 4,500 providers. A long-time Cerner client, the health system recently engaged Kyruus to elevate its online access experience with more robust search capabilities and scheduling. Through a direct integration between Kyruus’ patient access technology and Cerner’s electronic