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Digital Health

Digital technology is rapidly changing the landscape of health care by opening access and enhancing care coordination. Patients are more engaged in their health and well-being through various digital platforms. This section provides resources on technology’s impact on behavioral health.

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Digital Health & Telepsychiatry – Nimish Shah

Digital Health & Telepsychiatry – Nimish Shah

Listen to Amica Simmons-Yon, PharmD, PhD and Alyssa Peckham, PharmD, BCPP as they spill the tea on Digital Health & Telepsychiatry with special guest, Dr. Nimish Shah. During this episode, Dr. Shah highlights the pros and cons of telehealth while discussing ways to deliver high quality psychiatric care. Dr. Nimish…
The Tech For Success With “Whole Person” Care

The Tech For Success With “Whole Person” Care

Many payers and many health plans are finally embracing ‘whole person’ approaches to care and looking for integrated models for care coordination. For example, California’s CalAIM will shift all of the state’s managed care delivery systems to one coordinating authority—including physical health services, non-specialty mental health services, dental managed care,…

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