Behavioral Health Business January 13, 2022
Chris Larson

The year 2021 was defined by the many struggles that organizations had largely foisted on them directly or indirectly by the ups and downs of the coronavirus pandemic.

But many providers learned how to adapt to the new normal and began to tackle the even bigger challenges that a changing industry leveled on behavioral health operators.

Here are just a few of the issues that industry executives told Behavioral Health Business will define the new year — making the focus on improved outcomes a reality; figuring out which tech solutions work best for their organization; and bridging the gap between telehealth and in-person care.

Much of the change and innovation within the industry comes from insurers demanding greater value for...

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Topics: Digital Health, Health IT, Insurance, Mental Health, Payer, Provider, Technology, Telehealth
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