Behavioral healthcare's new normal: How 6 health systems are balancing virtual, automated and in-person care to meet soaring demand

Even as the pandemic wanes, patient demand for behavioral health services continues to soar. Yet healthcare organizations struggle to attract and retain behavioral health providers.

To meet rising demand, health systems are rethinking the delivery of behavior care services. This means increasing use of virtual behavioral healthcare and other digital interventions.

Becker's Hospital Review recently convened a panel of behavioral health leaders from across the country to share best practices on the new normal for behavioral health and the role technology will play.

Organizations represented on the panel were:
  • Centra Health (Lynchburg, Va.)
  • Cedars-Sinai (Los Angeles)
  • Hackensack Meridian Health (Edison, N.J.)
  • Penn State Health (Hershey, Pa.)
  • Prisma Health (Columbia, S.C.)
  • Steward Health Care (headquartered in Dallas)
  • Hartford HealthCare (Hartford, CT)
Download the report to learn:
  • How the pandemic drove these health systems to innovate behavioral healthcare delivery
  • Why digital interventions may be the next wave of innovation
  • Best practices and case studies from behavioral health leaders from across the country

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