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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 Technologies For Substance Use Disorder

Digital Technologies For Substance Use Disorder

Arturo C. Taca, MD, Psychiatrist & Medical Director, INSynergy Treatment Center, describes the unmet treatment needs in addiction and mental health, and reviews the role of digital technologies for the treatment of substance use disorder.  Additionally, Dr. Taca discusses recent changes in the regulations around digital tools used for treatment…
Digital Technologies For Bipolar Disorder

Digital Technologies For Bipolar Disorder

Please join us for this discussion providing an overview of the use of digital technologies in bipolar disorder. Dr Goulding will discuss unmet needs in bipolar disorder, how digital technologies might help address these needs, and the quality and utility of available digital tools. Featuring:  Evan H. Goulding, MD, PhDAssistant…

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    E-Health & Technology Section Advisor

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The Neuropsychiatric Inventory: Development & Applications

Diagnostic & Statistical Manual Of Mental Disorders–Fifth Edition (DSM-5): Key Updates VS DSM-IV-TR

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